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ICYMI: When the U.S. Navy wanted to use a significant tribal site for a bombing range, 's tribe pushed back. But media reports got much wrong & tribal leaders stopped talking - an act with a long history, Krol reports in our latest
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Are you available as a fundraising consultant starting IMMEDIATELY?!?
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National Association of Science Writers 3h
NASW Members: Our member newsletter for June 2019 is online! Check your email or read here for news and resources for professional science writers: Feat.
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Debkrol 7h
Because that's what we call any place where Native people are...it could be a tribal reservation or tribal lands, an urban community, a fishing village, anywhere like that. [and to be accurate, ALL of the U.S. is Indian Country!]
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Replying to @psskow @Debkrol
Thank you, Martha!
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The Open Notebook 8h
"Great pointers" are among the many resources we provide science journalists. We know this work is not always easy and we try to offer as much as we can. If you value what we do, consider giving to TON during our spring matching campaign:
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The Open Notebook 8h
That is a great question! We took 's guidance in choosing preferred ways to describe the Native communities she covers. But, you'll also find it in the reporting guide on terminology , a great resource for coverage.
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Genius! (Note to self: Make this the central selling point for the next TON fundraiser...)
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Replying to @AparnaVid
Thank you very much for your support, Aparna!
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Thank you so much for your support, Ashley!
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. suggests you bookmark this story if you want to improve media coverage of Indian Country. Her first for TON and latest in our series
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The Open Notebook Jun 18
Coverage of Native issues is improving, says 's , but some reporters still don't check their own assumptions about Native peoples. In our latest , shares how reporters can do better
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Debkrol Jun 18
Or, just hire me to write some of them!
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Laura Helmuth Jun 18
Applications are now open for travel fellowships to the 2019 Science Writers meeting from via
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National Association of Science Writers Jun 18
Read the latest dispatch—examining the experiences, expertise, and perspectives of science journalists from communities underrepresented in science journalism. A partnership between TON and our NASW Diversity Committee:
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CapSciComm Jun 18
CRAFT: A very important reminder for all scicomm and science writing professionals in California: via
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The Open Notebook Jun 18
As another example, the recently entered into a data-sharing agreement with the that included respect for Navajo cultural beliefs
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Nidhi Subbaraman Jun 18
Nice callout for this story:
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Jared Dahl Aldern Jun 18
Thanks, , for mentioning my work in this article along with lots of excellent advice for journalists covering Indigenous issues.
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The Open Notebook Jun 18
In her first for TON, shares ways in which Western scientists like are embracing indigenous traditional ecological knowledge
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