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Julián Castro Jun 15
Will media corporations ever learn? Their publications and networks don’t cover marginalized communities nearly as well as they could because there’s hardly a genuine commitment to newsroom diversity.
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Francisco Vara-Orta Jun 20
If you truly care about diversity and inclusion in journalism - help us reach our goal. We've grown POC membership/visibility on panels despite forces out of IRE's control regarding retaining them in the industry - something we have started to highlight in our programming.
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NBC News Jun 15
. discusses coverage of a detainee death at a Nebraska facility: “They put him in solitary and then did not give him his anti-seizure medication... It was as clear an example of a preventable death as there could be.”
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David Cay Johnston Jun 15
Rat feces in NYC school lunches and fly infested school kitchens that got A health and safety grades wins student journalism award for investigative reporters@at .
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lomikriel Jun 15
The president tweets this out as . talks to about the day a gunman walked into the newsroom and killed five employees. The newsroom won a Pulitzer for their work covering the deaths of their coworkers and friends.
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Christopher Baxter Jun 16
Can never be said enough how much hard work goes into and every conference by the staff. They are a wonderful and committed group of people and we all owe them our thanks.
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NBC News Jun 15
WATCH: A government whistleblower discussed what she called widespread abuse, following the investigation.
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Ben Conarck 🏝 Jun 16
Conversation with the cashier at coffee bar just now: Her: were you here for the journalist conference? Me: yep Her: OMG y’all *love* coffee
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Matt Drange Jun 15
I asked student journalist panel what we (professional reporters) can do to better support them: -Give credit where credit is due (cite good student/local work) -Help practice pitch process (I think we do a lousy job of teaching this generally) -Read said pitches, editors!
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NBC News Jun 15
The data documented 8,488 cases of immigrant detainees placed in isolation over a 5-year period. “Not every instance of people being put in solitary is recorded by ICE,” said.
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Jessica Huseman Jun 15
Hey . If you came to me and 's panel on volunteering in high schools (or even if you didn't!) you should sign up to be part of 's database of reporters willing to visit classrooms and talk about their work. Do that here:
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NBC News Jun 15
Sen. Blumenthal called on Congress to investigate the use of solitary confinement on immigrant detainees following ' investigation
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Cary Aspinwall Jun 15
As a girl who has worked in local news her whole life, this speech had me in tears. This was a beautiful tribute to his colleagues & community.
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NBC News Jun 15
At least 1 of every 200 detainees go into solitary confinement “ICE puts people in detention in more than 200 facilities around the country,” says. “There are many county jails in Nebraska and elsewhere where detainees are put”
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Megan Luther Jun 15
There are way too many empty seats in the session on how to retain journalists from underrepresented groups.
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Cassandra Jaramillo Jun 15
*strong side eye at managers/editors right now* at
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OpenNews Jun 14
Replying to @opennews
Reminder on two points we'll keep repeating till the industry culture changes: News nerds * are _not_ support staff or service desk * _are_ peers as journalists
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Christopher Baxter Jul 3
1/ Rant on behalf of all local and regional newsrooms, especially the nonprofits: After , I finally decided to take advantage of the free premium for journalists and sign up for the webinar. Needless to say I was surprised when I was rejected... CONT
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T. Christian Miller Jun 16
Tomorrow's back to work. But take one minute today to reflect on all the lessons learned, friendships made, and stories told. And then ask yourself, how can I get involved ?
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Rachel Fradette Jun 15
So just won the Golden Padlock at — the award goes to the most secretive publicly-funded agency in the country.
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