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ኤመርካዊት Sep 16
Scrapped this from a report linked under Twitter subcultures like Black Twitter, Feminist Twitter and Asian American Twitter are giving voice to issues that mainstream media don’t cover. via
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Neeti Upadhye Sep 13
All 👏🏽 Of 👏🏽 This 👏🏽 is on fire.
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Elizabeth Roberts Sep 13
On developing trust in a community you’re in for a breaking news story: “Following up is a lost art in our field...seeing how the situation has developed long after you’ve left.” -Meredith Clark
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Lauren Bain Sep 13
“The great thing about our job is that we get to be paid to be curious.” Which includes fueling our curiosity about diverse communities
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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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Estizer Smith Sep 13
At shares top lines from her research on harassment & attacks on women in journalism 63% of respondents have been threatened or harassed online 58% have been threatened or harassed in person 30% have considered leaving the field as a result
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Jesse Ryan Sep 13
“Subcultures are not checkboxes.” If you want to include diverse perspectives in your stores says focus on relationship building.
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Luz I Gomez Sep 13
Nice tweet summary of key takeaways - glad you had a robust discussion of this study - I'm quite a fan of and work and wish I had been there for the discussion!
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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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Alex Janin Sep 13
Newsrooms should go beyond “engagement metrics,” says . Start looking at impact numbers and $$$/performance numbers separately (most newsrooms consider mostly latter!)
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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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Vanessa Vancour Sep 13
"Don't confuse easy access [to a diverse community] with trust."
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Mion Edwards Sep 13
"If you want to be authentic with your story engage the community you're covering first." -
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Meena Sep 13
Reader engagement doesn't equal favorability, says 's .
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Anusha A Sep 13
So happy we had such a large and engaged audience for this important discussion today! Thanks to all who came out and the great panelists
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Mion Edwards Sep 13
Audience Question: Is it okay to Harvest Tweets without asking the individual who tweeted it first ? Answer: Give the individual a heads up and take into consideration what the context of the tweet was in relation to the overall conversation.
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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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Anusha A Sep 13
Replying to @AnushaA100
We'll be discussing findings from a recent Knight report on how diverse online communities - Black Twitter, Asian-American Twitter and Feminist Twitter interact with the media:
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Kendall Trammell Sep 13
Replying to @NishaChittal
Stories on diversity shouldn’t just be promoted to diverse audiences, says. They deserve a place on homepages for all of your audience to see.
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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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