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The Art and Ethics of Sex and Relationship Columns

The Art and Ethics of Sex and Relationship Columns

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GQ's sex columnist will help you bring fun, authority, and authenticity to a touchy subject without doing harm.
Race, Protests and Journalism Ethics

Race, Protests and Journalism Ethics

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From the Tom Cotton op-ed in the New York Times, to covering protests, to publishing faces of protesters, this panel of experts will discuss the challenges — and solutions — for editors, reporters, photographers and videographers as they face difficult decisions every day regarding news coverage.
Equity & ethics in data journalism: Hands-on approaches to getting your data right

Equity & ethics in data journalism: Hands-on approaches to getting your data right

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This course will guide you hands-on through the process of learning to identify inequity and hidden bias at seven key stages of the data journalism lifecycle.

Covering Coronavirus: How to be an antiracist

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The first part of this program will be a conversation between Ibram X. Kendi, New York Times-bestselling author and Founding Director of The Antiracist Research & Policy Center at American University and Robert Samuels, Washington Post national reporter, about disparities…
A case study in nondisclosures
1 year ago

A case study in nondisclosures

(Disclosure: I’m the full-time paid publisher of Briarpatch Magazine, a volunteer board member of the Media Co-op, CEO of the currently inactive environmental consulting company Porpoise B Consulting, and freelance journalist. My partner is a designer for the CBC, not…
When not to publish graphic images
2 years ago

When not to publish graphic images

I regularly advocate for journalists to tell stories they see as newsworthy in the manner they see fit, because a key element of the journalistic skill set is the ability to determine news value. Making principled decisions about what is…
How do we hold news media accountable?
2 years ago

How do we hold news media accountable?

Coverage of the Toronto van tragedy demonstrates how ethical lapses erode public trust, writes Amira Elghawaby.
A Disappearance in Damascus grapples with some of journalism’s toughest ethical questions
4 years ago

A Disappearance in Damascus grapples with some of journalism’s toughest ethical questions

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Deborah Campbell, A Disappearance in Damascus: A Story of Friendship and Survival in the Shadow of War. Knopf, 2016. 352 pages. $28.32. By Jane Gerster “Do you think anything you write will make a difference?” A young Iraqi interpreter…