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“People give a pass to their like-minded friends who share misinformation.”
New war narratives don’t differentiate between fighting and caring as actions of war.
“I want to swing above our weight class. I want us to be able to cover and do more than we should be able to do.”
“The everyday experiences of civilians on the ground in this war remain elusive in these maps.”
A new study of social media about a climate change conference found journalists’ negative tweets gained far more traction with users than positive ones. That’s one of the findings in this new collection of research into climate journalism.
“We’re not putting you through an automated service. You’re actually interacting with Lily and Gabriela.”
“We want to serve people like our parents: Immigrants, monolingual Spanish speakers who have specific needs and many stories to tell but who are often left out of mainstream media.”
“Speaking to and incorporating more diverse experts and sources can address a lot of the disparities that exist in talking about people, but more than that, it can work to achieve a higher healthcare standard for a lot of people.”
“This community has largely dealt with news organizations that parachute in and write stories on education without speaking to parents, or they write stories about crime without speaking to residents. “