Libraries and local journalism have a lot in common. They both provide insight, bind a community together and, of course, serve information needs.
From quick fire, in-the-moment responses for everyday racist microaggressions, to deliberative exercises that help you build community and recruit allies in the newsroom, the Toolkit for Journalists of Color is designed to help us survive in predominantly white newsrooms.
I’m looking for a few passionate reporters to help me pilot the program.
Most people would not put the words “IT Department” and “dating” in the same sentence. But it’s the unusual approach of Stanford’s d.school that led me and my team to that unlikely combination.
Today, as I’m about to finish up my academic year-long fellowship, what’s on my mind is my path to discovery of my passion.
A diverse group of journalism innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders from around the world will make up the 2018-2019 class of John S. Knight (JSK) Journalism Fellows at Stanford University.