from training.npr.org: https://training.npr.org/2021/12/01/journalism-guide-terms-disability-ethnicity-gender-race/
Group descriptors require the same kind of research and scrutiny as other facts journalists report on. Here’s a guide to getting it right.
Ask these questions in an interview to get the data you crave!
Unlike English, Spanish has rules of pronunciation that are simple and easy to learn.
In times of crisis, journalists have the responsibility — even more so than usual — to seek out people who are often passed over by the media, even as stay-at-home orders make it harder to reach them.
“Chinese virus.” “Hindu mobs.” Using geography, ethnicity and religion as modifiers is questionable at best and dangerous at worst.
NPR’s Source of the Week, a curated database of experts from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in the media, was created to help the public media system diversify its source base.