JEA is in the process of developing specific strategies to increase dialogue around diversity, equity and inclusion in scholastic journalism, including examining how the organization can best serve its advisers of color.
Read the 2020 JEA board diversity, equity and inclusion directive.
JEA's Commitment to Diversity was approved by the board Nov. 13, 2021.
Centering Indigenous voices, accurately reporting on Indigenous communities in student media. It is important that all journalists learn more about tribal nations and their peoples, and that they work to amplify more voices from these communities.
This survey is specifically for advisers and journalism educators who identify as a person of color. If you fit this description, please participate in the survey.
LGBT History Month is a great time to consider how we cover LGBTQ+ experiences and history.
Student journalist shares how to improve diversity practices in student media through a diversity and inclusion editor position.
Educators for Antiracism share a myriad of resources to help bring equity to your classroom
"Anti-racist Writing Workshop" book guides educators to create inclusive classroom environments.
Virtual summer workshops and conferences provide affordable experiences for student journalists.
Professional journalists featured for Women's History Month inspiration.
In celebration and in remembrance, JEA presents three lessons on Black History and the media.
More than 50 years after the death of Martin Luther King Jr., his influence remains a legacy. The film "Hope and Fury" bridges the impact of the Civil Rights movement and television news.
If you're looking for ways to include antiracist activities seamlessly into your journalism curriculum, Tolerance.org is a great place to start.
NPR's Code Switch: How a podcast makes me a better teacher.
Sarah Verpooten, MJE and Kristin Taylor, CJE invite members participate in a book study and Zoom discussion Oct. 21 about the book "Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain."