Racial Equity and Inclusion in Nonprofit News is an INN resource that helps members advance racial diversity, equity and inclusion in their organizations and their journalism.
REINN allows nonprofit news leaders to join an ongoing process of building racial equity into their organizational practices. Resources are designed to be accessible, particularly to small and mid-size news operations, in any stage of their DEI work. This is an evolving program based on member needs and participant feedback – please check this space regularly for new opportunities.
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The DEI Coalition For Anti-Racist, Equitable, And Just Newsrooms
The Institute for Nonprofit News collaborates with outstanding schools and programs across the country to facilitate more than 70 paid internship and fellowship positions with member organizations each year. Many of our partnerships focus on building pathways into nonprofit news for emerging journalists of color. Learn more here.
INN has worked with these consultants and coaches with positive and productive results, or these organizations have been recommended by members.
Inclusivity works with organizations to develop strategies and solutions to achieve greater diversity, equity and inclusion. The firm involves staff at all levels, from individual contributors to senior leadership and even board members when appropriate.
Rates and terms:
Inclusivity has provided the following rates specifically for INN members:
Reach out to request a customized estimate to support DEI assessment and strategy design work or any additional scope/need not referenced here.
Get DEI assistance with Inclusivity
CircleUp Education’s DEI Policy & System Review coaching and consulting service provide expert review and technical support to ensure that policies, practices, and systems are equitable, free of discrimination and effectively interrupting oppression.
DEI Policy & System Review coaching Includes:
Click HERE for details or visit www.circleuped.org to request a free assessment. Let CircleUp know you’re a part of the Institute for Nonprofit News because nonprofit news members with fewer than 10 employees qualify for a 15% discount on DEI coaching services.
As our director of leadership & talent development, Sara helps nonprofit newsrooms develop effective and forward-thinking leaders. She also builds pathways into the nonprofit news world for diverse groups of talented students and professionals.
Funding for this program is provided by the generous support of John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.