Equity in Publishing: Black Publishers Session

Presented at ONA22
September 21, 2022
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This archived session from ONA22 discusses the unique challenges that Black publishers face and identify ways to address them. Publishers from a wide array of outlets share their experiences and discuss paths to a more equitable industry, including identifying resources and funding that exist specifically for Black publishers, and providing insights on how to secure them.


Speakers

Sara Lomax-Reese
President/CEO / Co-Founder & President, WURD Radio / URL Media
Garry Pierre-Pierre
Publisher & Founder, The Haitian Times
Andrew Ramsammy
Chief Content & Collaboration Officer / Lead / Co-Lead, Local Media Association / Word In Black / Knight x LMA BloomLab
Janis Ware
Publisher, The Atlanta Voice

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