What you love can differ, but the love, once it comes, that feeling of waking up...– Robert Krulwich, in his 2011 commencement speech to the graduating class of Berkeley’s Journalism school. (via theatlantic)
The most profound betrayal of feminist issues has been the lack of mass-based...– bell hooks (via wretchedoftheearth)
Fanm jalou pa janm gra.– Haitian Proverb (Premye fwa mwen tande pwoveb sa a, se te nan yon chante pa Coupe Cloue)
Race, Coverage and the Newsroom →
There has always been a racial disparity; but I’m not going to let this discourage me. futurejournalismproject: At the Huffington Post, Evan Shapiro writes: The 2010 Census reported that 63.7 percent of America is white; 12.6 percent is black; 16.3 percent is Hispanic or Latino and 4.8 percent is Asian. Sixty-four percent of America is white, 36 percent is not. However, The Radio...
How to Decide What is Public/Private on Twitter &... →
futurejournalismproject: Another internet ethics question. What’s acceptable to publish when sourcing information from social media networks that wasn’t originally intended for publication? via Poynter: Most journalists agree that Twitter is inherently public, and anything said on Twitter is generally fair game to be reported upon. This is evident with the rise in popularity of tools like...