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OnlineSOS Sep 13
was created to provide resources for journalists who are experiencing online harassment. If you or someone you know needs help, visit
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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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ONA18 Sep 15
: digs into how journalists can do a better job of covering underserved communities, inspired by Thursday's panel discussion "Lessons from Black Twitter: Inclusive Reporting in Diverse Communities."
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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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Polly Irungu Sep 13
Replying to @vikkie
I need + folks to see this word. ☝🏾☝🏾
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Marina Fang Sep 14
Replying to @VanessaVancour
. echoes something mentioned in yesterday's panel: "Say no to special sections. Make sure your coverage is woven in."
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Kristen B. Reed Sep 13
Loving while also hating that I'm missing
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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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Noelle Swan Sep 13
Seeing communities use social media (eg feminist Twitter) to be heard has given hope. The rise of being able to speak back to institutions is encouraging. Her hope is that spreads to more mainstream communities beyond.
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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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Elizabeth Gillis Sep 13
Replying to @itsgillis
We’re talking about building a relationship with individuals in underserved communities. This is something we do all the time with “experts,” politicians. The only way to build trust is to also prioritize these long-term conversations with the community.
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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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Phil Tenser Sep 13
The data on your dashboard alone “doesn’t represent the totality of what we want to do" says -- and I'll add "... what we OUGHT to do."
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Brian J. Manzullo Sep 13
Yes. Furthermore, please "read the room" before you compile tweets for a story. Don't start with your own idea of what the story is and compile tweets to fit that agenda. Otherwise you're contributing to social media's echo chamber problem.
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Kim Yuen Sep 13
Be very transparent about what you don’t know. Mistakes are normal. We’re human. You have to build the trust from somewhere. Your audience needs to know that when you make the mistake, you have to be ready to own up. Educate me. -
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Kevin D. Grant Sep 13
. brilliant in warning mainstream journalists not to simply take social media content from communities of color without asking/giving credit, which only repeats history of white culture taking from Asian, Native, Black, Hispanic cultures.
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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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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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Phil Tenser Sep 13
Found several links about looks like we'd need someone with coding background to implement.
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Knight Foundation Sep 13
Happening now in Lone Star C at : How might we build trust between diverse communities and journalists online? Follow along with and , session audio will be posted.
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