Some good news, as a treat.
The Objective
Two journalists discuss why they signed an open letter challenging U.S. media coverage of Palestine.
Gabe Schneider
The AP's new guidance on covering disabilities is a step in the right direction, but doesn't provide a nuanced, thoughtful understanding of the experie…
Jen Ramos
Issue 26: Actually, athletes don’t owe journalists anything.
The Objective
A conversation about objectivity, power, and the Beltway bubble.
Marlee Baldridge
The ouster of a young reporter for having been pro-Palestinian in college is craven, hypocritical, and outrageous.
Jack Mirkinson
Issue 25: Why is condemning violence so hard?
The Objective
Gazans are killed, buildings are destroyed, and Palestinians are injured. But who or what is behind these attacks is never immediately clear.
Fatima Bahja
Issue 24: A new executive editor at the LA Times, Gannett bashes its own data reporters, and NPR recognizes the union for the company’s digital workers…
The Objective
In solidarity reporting, the demands of justice are defined not by outside experts or people who derive their power from the “justice system," but by p…
Anita Varma
Issue 23: Why centering journalists over protestors makes no sense, how to cover the guilty verdict this week, and what tech workers at The New York Ti…
The Objective
"We’re all compromised, Debra, but some of us moved to Buttondown."
Gabe Schneider