How to better cover community as a white reporter:

Rethinking relationships with “sources” to “citizens”

For the last five years this research has explored how white reporters can better cover communities that are becoming increasingly diverse. This report provides a menu of offerings for journalists interested in covering all of their communities in more comprehensive ways in a manner that can help citizens solve public problems. The report draws from not only what did not work in the cities examined such as why distrust manifested, but also from successful examples that can shed light on a new path for reporters looking to try something different. See Guides for Journalists Here

Facilitating Better Community Dialogues on Issue of Race: 

A Guide for School Districts in Times of Tension

See Guides for School Districts Here