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Journalists Dardo Neubauer and Laura Sánchez Ley are declassifying historical Mexican records and revisiting the stories they tell on social media.
The overall number of journalists covering statehouses in the U.S. has risen since 2014, but fewer reporters are covering the capitols full-time, according to a new report.
“We’re asking [media organizations] to not talk about the emotional appeal of the story, which is what good journalism often does.”
“I was tired of getting poked in the chest for not doing anything wrong. And it was like, ‘You know what? If you want to keep poking me in the chest, let me purchase this paper for what it’s worth.'”
“Impact is often many years or miles away.”
A few recent examples of journalistic defiance show that the Kremlin can’t guarantee full control over Russian journalists during the war.
New war narratives don’t differentiate between fighting and caring as actions of war.
“The everyday experiences of civilians on the ground in this war remain elusive in these maps.”
“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.”