The fixation on personal stories happens at the expense of real conversations about policy and culture.
What are you saying when you cite a person or organisation? Are you endorsing poor practices by lending your weight to bad entities?
Pushing the press out of the White House should be a cause for grave concern for everyone, regardless of political inclinations.
Sometimes a big shift in representation can happen with a relatively small project, like increasing diversity in stock photography.
Voicing loathing for the media has become a popular collective activity, but it ignores the tremendous work journalists do for you every day, often where you can’t even see it.
Journalistic impartiality is a myth and we all know it — so stop acting surprised when the bubble gets popped.
People demanding to know where the underrepresented people in media are should get familiar with the labyrinthine process of hiring and promotions in the world of media.
Ferreting out information is a key component of investigative journalism. Where does the line between doxing and journalism in the public interest lie? Is it as bright as some people claim it is?
The Huffington Post doesn’t pay their writers. So how come so many progressives keep viewing it as a legitimate news source?
So you’ve discovered that trans people exist! Congratulations, you. Did you know that we’re about so much more than our transition narratives?