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“These skills are in some ways very similar to doing journalism. As that was impressed upon the cohort, that helped make a shift: It helped give people a mindset where they felt more confident and realized, ‘Yes, I do have the skills to do this.'”
“We are not doing a good job with having a diverse angle of coverage, which is different from diversifying the actual staff.”
“For us, it’s rare that someone cites the tax deductibility as a reason for giving. People are supporting us because they’re passionate about what we’re doing. People want to be a part of the community thats supporting us.”
From “meltdown” to “roll-up” to (of course) “fake.”
“To recreate it would have been prohibitively expensive for even the most generous philanthropic organization.”
After nine years, Joel Kramer reflects on the state of the site he cofounded with his wife Laurie and looks forward to its next era under new leadership.