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Ruth Tam Sep 13
"If your newsroom can't tell two [journalists of color] apart, what makes you think they can cover diverse communities?" – The only time I haven't been confused for another Asian in the newsroom is when I've been the only one.
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Knight Foundation Sep 13
What can journalists use as better indicators of trust, engagement? Don’t just look at the numbers, look at the context. One idea: Read the comments, and resist the urge to be defensive when you get feedback on a story, says
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Neeti Upadhye Sep 13
On how to interact with black & brown Twitter: “Think about it as source building, not story mining.”
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Rosemary D'Amour Sep 13
. gets down to the fundamental building block of trust: People often lack understanding of how the media is shaped and how it works. rears its head again at
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Polly Irungu Sep 13
Replying to @vikkie
I need + folks to see this word. ☝🏾☝🏾
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Neeti Upadhye Sep 13
All 👏🏽 Of 👏🏽 This 👏🏽 is on fire.
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Vanessa Vancour Sep 13
"Don't confuse easy access [to a diverse community] with trust."
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Elizabeth Cherneff Sep 13
. with some good tips for journalists and story feedback via Twitter: 1) Don’t respond to twitter instantly 2) Don’t be dismissive of feedback via Twitter & open yourself up to that feedback
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Wendi C. Thomas Sep 13
So on a panel about black/Asian Twitter, just told a room full of journalists to pick up the phone and call sources. I am triggered. (No, actually, he’s right. Good reminder.)
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Elizabeth Cherneff Sep 13
. - “the Asian and Black twitter universe...does not reflect the entire community - it’s a slice of it.”
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Tory Starr Sep 11
It's time! I'm missing the conference this year, but here are the sessions I'll be following:
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Neeti Upadhye Sep 13
“Diversity verticals shouldn’t be siloed. They should be taken seriously & given the same promotion.”
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Wendi C. Thomas Sep 13
Cheung: If your day-to-day interactions (like who you follow on IG, Twitter and FB) don’t include POC, then what would make me think you’ll do a good job covering POC? is PREACHING!
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Melissa DiPento Sep 13
Should we have an inclusion style guide? Collaboration already starting here in this room to continue this.
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Greg Linch Sep 13
One issue with AP style is the lowercasing of Black, says in the context of discussion about inclusion style guides.
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Ruth Tam Sep 13
Replying to @ONA
My fellow POCs who are used to being the 'only one' in the newsroom: If you're looking for a safe space to talk about your experience with/without , I'm here for you.
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Camille Phillips Sep 13
“We have to resist the urge to be defensive.”— on criticism of your coverage of diverse communities
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daniel macht Sep 13
Journalism tip from - Resist urge to be defensive after negative feedback. Listen/be willing to learn about other perspectives. Take a minute. Don’t respond to Twitter instantly. Try to consider the reader’s view. But don’t be dismissive either.
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Mion Edwards Sep 13
When receiving negative feedback on your article says, "Don't respond immediately take a minute and try to consider that perspective."
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Colleen Shalby Sep 13
👏"We get paid to be curious" - asks how we can expect people to consider us experts in covering a community if our day-to-day actions don't include those communities
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