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Media Diversity Forum joins 500 organizations and individuals to condemn mass murder at the Capital Gazette and negative environment for journalists

(June 29, 2018 | Adopted from SPLC Press Release) - After the deadly shootings on June 28 at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland, 500 organizations and individuals, including Media Diversity Forum, have signed a statement spearheaded by the Student Press Law Center calling for an end to the environment which threatens journalists.

Campus Events

Erin Haines Whack

Errin Haines Whack, national writer for The Associated Press, discusses coverage of minorities during the era of President Donald Trump at the 10th annual Schuneman Symposium at Ohio University. The program was sponsored by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism and the School of Visual Communication. Whack, NABJ’s emerging journalist of the year, was among 14 speakers at the two-day program on “Covering Trump.” Photo by Robert Stewart.

Publications

Breaux Symposium-based Publication:

"Ethnic Media and Political Participation"

Diversity That Works

Engagement

Our engagement with Ethnic media journalists in Canada

Forum's participation in the Colloquium on "U.S.-European best practices exchange" on diversity

Forum's coverage of NABJ Conference in 2010

Our work with Louisiana Ethnic Media (a page from the older version of our website)

Recognition

Our site and publications are used as reference point/resources by the following organiations and resource sites:

AEJMC's Journalism and Mass Communication Leadership Institute for Diversity

ASJMC's Publicaiton & Documents section

ASJMC's Diversity Booklet (under "Resources")

Forum's Mission

The Media Diversity Forum is designed to serve inclusiveness by seeking resources, supporting research, stimulating dialogue, sponsoring programs and sharing techniques.

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Site updated on July 18, 2018.

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