WUOL program director and director of radio, Daniel Gilliam, is unequivocal about his station's stance on anti-racism, and said so publicly.
Any institution that has been designed can be redesigned. Our own “reckoning” requires we undertake “creative risk” necessitating a recalibration of public media core values and best practices.
For public media to move forward, we must recognize and untangle our deeply-embedded characteristics of white supremacy culture.
Public media must reckon with its whiteness through changes to leadership.
Why are there so few people of color at the helm of public media organizations? What impact do executives of color have on diversity, equity and inclusion at the institutions they lead and the audiences their stations serve? Join us for our next Building Resilience webinar for an honest conversation focusing on these questions and yours.
A public media professional reflects on how she's navigated identity, privilege, and inclusion throughout her career and into this moment of reckoning.
Public media grapples with the same issues of implicit bias and whiteness that exist nationwide.
Understand station revenue trends following the 2007-08 financial crisis for clues about what the COVID-19 crisis might have in store.