Rx for Online Harassment: Preparation, Response, Support and Self-Care

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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Online harassment poses a growing threat to press freedom, especially for writers of color, LGBTQ+ individuals and women who face disproportionate harassment. Learn the tools and strategies to defend against online abuse in this essential training session designed by PEN America.

This session is designed for:

  • Newsrooms looking to better understand and confront harassment
  • Reporters reliant on online engagement who find themselves especially susceptible to abuse
  • Allies that would like to ameliorate the exhausting, traumatic impacts on online abuse

Click to access the Online Harassment Field Manual, a free digital resource equipping writers and journalists with tools and strategies to navigate online abuse


Speakers

Viktorya Vilk
Manager of Special Projects, Free Expression, PEN America
Harlo Holmes
Director of Newsroom Digital Security, Freedom of the Press Foundation

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