The Journalism DEI Tracker is a regularly-updated online database that identifies organizations, news outlets and projects, and educational institutions working to support DEI in journalism across the country. It also collects resources related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in journalism.
Foundations can use the Journalism DEI Tracker as a first-step guide for identifying prospective grantees, as well as to find useful resources to share with current grantees. Journalism organizations and other stakeholders can use it to find opportunities for professional development, recruitment, collaboration, and resources to improve their coverage.
The Journalism DEI Tracker includes:
- Professional organizations that support women journalists and journalists of color
- News outlets and projects led by and serving women journalists and journalists of color
- Professional development and training opportunities for women journalists and journalists of color (grants, scholarships, fellowships, and leadership training)
- Academic institutions with journalism and communications programs to include in recruitment efforts to ensure a more diverse pipeline (Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, and Tribal Colleges)
- Resources for journalism organizations to promote respectful and inclusive coverage (industry reports, diversity style guides, curricula, and toolkits)
We hope you will use the Journalism DEI Tracker to inform your work and share these important resources with your colleagues. We want to make sure this resource remains up-to-date, so please let us know if you have additional resources to add, or information about resources that are no longer up-to-date. We welcome your participation in making sure this resource is as up-to-date as possible. Email us at EJlab@democracyfund.org with any additions, corrections, or suggestions for improvement.