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In a study published in Crisis, the authors found most New York publications were very bad at using language that prevents contagion deaths.
Part of being held accountable is being open about your values
“Inmate,” “convict,” and “prisoner” are all terms that come from the nation’s prison system itself.
Issue 27: Some good news, as a treat.
Two journalists discuss why they signed an open letter challenging U.S. media coverage of Palestine.
The AP's new guidance on covering disabilities is a step in the right direction, but doesn't provide a nuanced, thoughtful understanding of the experie…
Issue 26: Actually, athletes don’t owe journalists anything.
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