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Journalists and Journalism
Journalists and Journalism news and analysis from The Nation
July 26, 2021
Media Unions Are Challenging the Use of NDAs
Workers in the industry argue that nondisclosure agreements are a matter of workplace safety, making them “mandatory subjects of bargaining.”
July 15, 2021
The Media’s Climate Blind Spot Is Geographic
When climate coverage ignores the Global South, it’s bad for everyone.
July 14, 2021
The Violence of Latinx Erasure Starts With Undercounting Victims
The systematic deletion of Latinx people by government databases, media organizations, and Hollywood has enabled killer cops, inhumane immigration policies, and more.
July 12, 2021
Yes, Tomorrow Will Be Worse—Because of Journalism Like This
White House reporters are still confusing leaks and controversy with the stories most important for them to cover.
July 12, 2021
Why We Need a New Federal Writers’ Project
The Depression-era Federal Writers’ Project created jobs, fought disinformation, and gave voice to the voiceless. We need all of the above now more than ever.
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June 29, 2021
The Biden Administration and Congress Have a Chance to Tame Big Tech
Technology companies in particular have established anticompetitive policies that for too long have gone unchecked.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
June 22, 2021
‘The Nation’ Needs Your Support During Our June Fundraising Drive
Journalists’ ability to hold power to account will be more necessary than ever. The media must not waste this opportunity.
June 11, 2021
The Ghosts of ‘War Porn’ Haunt Me
Repeated exposure to violent imagery affects even those who weren’t physically present for the photo.
June 7, 2021
When Sensitivity Becomes Censorship
A restrictionist mentality is taking over certain segments of the left.
June 3, 2021
A Fart Joke Is Not a Pogrom
In the wake of violence in Israel and Palestine, American observers distort the conflict through the lens of their own solipsism.