Q&A: A Black Journalist Turned Community Organizer Shares the Lessons They’ve Learned on How to Make Our Coverage of Race Equitable, Not Extractive
Over the past few months, we’ve been presenting local and regional journalists with tips on how to cover…
June 17, 2021
Reporting Locally on Domestic Extremism? Here’s How to Not Platform Their Violence, A Case Study
It’s easy to find examples of how not to cover extremist violence and groups in American news coverage.…
May 4, 2021
National Media Are Platforming Domestic Extremists, Leaving Local Journalists to Deal with the Fall Out. Here’s How We Can Do Better.
Anyone who’s worked in local or regional newsrooms knows what it’s like to have a national news outlet…
February 23, 2021
You Asked, We Answer: What Really Happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6?
On January 6, a violent mob of Pro-Trump supporters and far right extremists stormed the U.S. Capitol as…
January 13, 2021
Who Watches the Polls? W.Va. Election Officials Dismiss Federal Concerns over Threat of Domestic Extremism
During last month’s presidential debate, President Trump encouraged his supporters to, “go to the polls and watch very…
October 28, 2020
What is QAnon and Why Does Your Aunt Keep Posting About It On Facebook?
Appalachians are no strangers to conspiracy theories, from the Mothman (which is very real and definitely not a…
September 10, 2020