Racial Equity and Inclusion in Nonprofit News is an INN resource of information, tools and implementation support that helps members advance racial diversity, equity and inclusion in their organizations and their journalism.
REINN allows leaders to join an ongoing process of building racial equity into their organizational practices. Each element is designed to be accessible, particularly to small and mid-size news operations, in any stage of their DEI work. It’s a living, evolving program based on member needs and participant feedback, so please check this space regularly to find new opportunities.
Equitable, Inclusive Hiring and Talent Development: Take a deep dive with Emily Holthaus of NonprofitHR into identifying and interrupting racial bias and actionable ways to build equity within your hiring, management and retention process . Throughout, we will engage in meaningful dialog and introduce actionable methods that can be applied within your organization. This webinar is for INN members only. Seats for the interactive live workshop are limited, so please register only if you can commit to attending. Again, we want to emphasize that this is a participatory workshop with lots of interaction and breakout groups. Please limit reservations to two attendees per member organization. Resources and condensed video of the presentation will be made available to all INN members after the workshop.
Make Your Collaborations Equitable (April 28)
Building Values Statements (March 31)
The Racial Equity Institute‘s Groundwater Approach (March 3)
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.
Teresa is the CEO and principal consultant at Inspiring Change, LLC. Teresa is an executive coach specializing in diversity, equity, and inclusion, and she is an advisor on the Racial Equity and Inclusion in Nonprofit News program.
Funding for this program is provided by the generous support of John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.Back to top