The Washington Post's Felicia Sonmez was sidelined from reporting stories on sexual assault because she disclosed she was a survivor. But doesn't journalism benefit from those who understand the real-life stakes of the issues they cover?
Journalist Elizabeth Green believes treating, and funding, local journalism as a public goodwill usher in a wave of much-needed civic engagement and change
If the Senate votes to impeach, prepare for Republicans to unrelentingly scrutinize and block every Democratic lawmaker and policy in an attempt to win back their party. Will the press wise up?
The redemption economy is gearing up for the Trump orbit but we can't let any of them rewrite their villainous histories.
‘I don't think that raising media literate kids is going to somehow save democracy. But I do believe that a generation which is able to see truth will be better advocates, organizers, and consumers.’
Of all the systems in need of reconstruction, the public’s lens into the world around them should be at the top of the list.
A photographer's lens is a powerful tool, but it is often used to serve a false narrative—one that could put Black lives at risk.
Public figures who traffic in lies claim they're practicing free speech, but what they're really doing is putting us all at risk. It’s time for social media giants like Twitter and Facebook to ban them.
It might not be a lack of intelligence that leads many to believe wild—and wildly inaccurate—information, but instead our mind's way of protecting us from feelings of isolation and despair.
Conspiracy theories, which often espouse hateful paranoia about race and politics, are easily debunked but all too easily disseminated. And that's exactly the point.