Washington, DC-based Women in Film & Video is a peer-to-peer forum for beginners through to advanced, with level-based membership fees. They provide advance notice of jobs, grants, festivals, scholarships, preview screenings, helpful members-only listservs and reduced admission for educational programs.
"The Interior Department announced Friday that Lawrence Roberts will serve as its first ever Indigenous chief of staff."
Launched in March 2021, this Grist-supported network is for journalists of color who cover environmental issues, or aspire to. Open to journalists and students of all races, ethnicities and backgrounds, but with a primary directive to grow the careers of journalists of color and to expand diversity in newsrooms, especially those covering communities disproportionately affected by the climate emergency.
April 22, 2021 — Today, SEJ wrote a letter to Attorney General of the United States Merrick B. Garland calling on the Department of Justice to expand its investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department to include violations of civil rights and of the First Amendment stemming from police targeting journalists in Brooklyn Center and anywhere else in Minnesota that occurred during the recent protests. Read the letter.