Resources: Black History Facts, People, and Journalism
Minorities in the Media: 1900-Present
An interactive timeline showcases the people and key events that shaped the media landscape of the United States in the past century.
This online interactive game challenges players to diversify a typical newsroom, while testing their basic knowledge of cultures. You've just been appointed editor of a mid-size newspaper and the publisher has asked you to move aggressively to diversify newsroom staffing and the paper's content. Are you up for the challenge?
A listing of diversity training programs nationwide, from high school to professional levels. We need your input to make sure your training programs are included in the guide, which will be published Fall 2004.
Links to journalism resource sites, media organizations, fellowships, and grant opportunities.
Links to studies, surveys and statistics relevant to journalists of color.
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"No graduate school of journalism, no graduate school of business, no program anywhere, contributed to the news industry what the Maynard programs did." - Donald E. Graham
Donald E. Graham, Chairman Graham Holdings Co.,
Work We <3 | FDP
Instead of spending all our time calling out journalism that doesn't work, we want to find work we like. We'd like to encourage our readers to submit links to content that is moving or challenging and that goes beyond the standard narrative either at the level of form or content. In other words, we want to see journalism that works.
We're particularly interested in work at the nexus of the following categories:
- Please include a comment explaining why the content you're sharing works.
- Comments can be as short or long as desired.