Editorial: Student news lacks diversity in its staff

Editorial: Student news lacks diversity in its staff

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http://www.amb.se/?sework=jobba-hemma-seri%C3%B6st&cd2=ab The lack of diversity in newsrooms is an old problem for journalists. In 1978, ASNE attempted to address the issue by making a pledge to match the percentage of people of color in the association with the percentage in the general population by 2000. In 1998, after realizing they would not meet that goal, they extended that deadline to 2025. We are now less than a decade away from 2025 and still unlikely to fulfill that 1978 pledge.

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مصدر مفيد The biggest newsrooms in the country have shown that they are either unable or unwilling to increase their diversity, which makes it even more important that student newspapers increase their efforts to have more staff diversity. Student newspapers are often the first journalistic experience young reporters gain and can be stepping stones to jobs at media outlets across the country. The more these newspapers encourage people of color to join their staffs, the more experienced journalists of color will be joining the workforce. If diversity becomes the norm even before stepping foot into a professional newsroom, it will be less likely that a lack of diversity will continue to go unchecked.

الخيارات الثنائية autotrading The News recognizes we do not reflect the kind of the diversity that we’re calling for and have made it a goal to not only increase our staff’s diversity, but to make an additional effort to represent the diversity on campus in our content. It is our hope that our paper will be an accurate reflection of the Northeastern community, and we are working to include the active minority communities on campus.

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مصدر We are also currently working with the journalism department to lead recruitment efforts at local high schools to encourage Boston Public School students to study journalism, particularly at Northeastern. An important aspect of this recruitment process for The News will be reaching out to high schools with larger numbers of minority students in the hopes that we will inspire more journalists of color.

الخيارات الثنائية مؤشر عدم إعادة طلاء Increased diversity begins with increased interest and in inspiring new journalists we will be doing our part to address the lack of diversity.

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