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1 Mixtape podcast: Behind the curtain of diversity theater
2 Facebook case: Delhi Assembly panel to examine ex-employee Mark S. Luckie
3 Ex-Facebook employee has made ‘scathing revelations’, says Delhi Assembly panel after questioning
4 Facebook removed post by ex-manager who said site 'failed' black people
5 Mark Luckie Joins Reddit As Head of Journalism and Media
6 Former Facebook employee’s new book exposes Big Tech’s dirty secrets
7 Newsrooms and streaming services get cozy
8 Former Facebook employee says the company has 'a black people problem'
9 Ex-Facebook Manager Mark Luckie on Silicon Valley’s ‘Black People Problem’
10 Snapchat removes Juneteenth filter that asked users to smile to break chains
11 We are learning more about diversity at tech companies, but it isn't good news
12 What it's really like being black in Silicon Valley
13 Prep indoor track results
14 Facebook to start policing anti-Black hate speech more aggressively than anti-White comments, documents show
15 Anti-Social: Why Disagreements Turn Into Death Threats Online
16 The rise of the journalist-influencer » Nieman Journalism Lab
17 The backlash to Silicon Valley returns with a vengeance
18 Snap's head of diversity apologizes for Juneteenth filter
19 Briefing: Twitter Board Says CEO Dorsey Should Keep His Job
20 Australians stand up to Islamophobia with #illridewithyou
21 Facebook’s black employees say the company has a racism problem
22 'Blackbird': One Former Twitter Employee's Perspective On Race And Tech
23 The year of journalists taking initiative
24 Companies Are Using Juneteenth To Show Black Employees That They Matter
25 Publish less, listen more
26 Journalism schools emphasize listening » Nieman Journalism Lab
27 Business first, journalism second
28 Fractured democracy, fractured journalism
29 The year we stop pivoting » Nieman Journalism Lab
30 The definition of good journalism shifts » Nieman Journalism Lab
31 Black Americans will demand more from journalism
32 Videoconferencing brings more geographic diversity » Nieman Journalism Lab
33 Mark Luckie's 'SouledOut Cinema' is Bringing You Movies With Melanin
34 The focus turns to newsroom leaders for lasting change
35 History as a reporting tool
36 Briefing: At Uber, Food Delivery Surpasses Rides
37 From understanding to feeling » Nieman Journalism Lab
38 People won't renew
39 Network analysis enters the journalism toolbox » Nieman Journalism Lab
40 A decimated media rededicates itself to truth » Nieman Journalism Lab
41 The Aftershocks of Extended Remote Work — The Information
42 Open up the profession » Nieman Journalism Lab
43 Jennifer Aniston and Jimmy Kimmel Have a Brief Fire Scare on the Emmys Stage
44 Genre erosion in nonprofit journalism
45 A global consensus around the kind of news we need to save
46 Local video finally gets momentum » Nieman Journalism Lab
47 Journalists build post-Facebook digital communities
48 Enter the lamb warriors
49 Going solo is still only a path for the few
50 Facebook employees stage rare protest against Zuckerberg's response to Trump
51 Virtual Events and Why I Am Never Going Back
52 Journalists will be kinder to each other — and to themselves
53 Fewer pixels, more cardboard » Nieman Journalism Lab
54 The year after a thousand earthquakes » Nieman Journalism Lab
55 Journalism enters rehab » Nieman Journalism Lab
56 Human-centered journalism
57 Covid sparks the growth of independent local news sites
58 The year sports journalism changes for good
59 Return of the RSS reader
60 What have we done for you lately?
61 Canada steps up for journalism
62 The year journalism starts paying reparations » Nieman Journalism Lab
63 Protecting podcasting's open ecosystem » Nieman Journalism Lab
64 Newsrooms quit their toxic relationships » Nieman Journalism Lab
65 The rise of nonprofit journalism continues » Nieman Journalism Lab
66 Journalists will learn influencing isn't easy » Nieman Journalism Lab
67 Black Employees Allege Racial Discrimination At Facebook In New Legal Complaint
68 The commercial era for local journalism is over
69 Zooming beyond talking heads » Nieman Journalism Lab
70 Newsrooms grow less comfortable with the “view from above”
71 The bundle gets bundled » Nieman Journalism Lab
72 Beltway reporting gets normal again, for better and for worse
73 Citizen truth brigades steer us back toward reality
74 Show your (computational) work
75 Journalism struggles to find a new model of legitimacy
76 Tech companies get aggressive in local
77 Newsrooms create an intentional and collaborative culture » Nieman Journalism Lab
78 Traffic will plummet — and it'll be ok
79 Has independent podcasting peaked?
80 Legislatures will tackle the local news crisis
81 Indigenous issues get long-overdue mainstream coverage » Nieman Journalism Lab
82 You build trust by helping your readers » Nieman Journalism Lab
83 Misinformation fatigue sets in » Nieman Journalism Lab
84 Building growth through tastemakers and their communities » Nieman Journalism Lab
85 The web blooms again
86 Entrepreneurship on rails » Nieman Journalism Lab
87 A newspaper renaissance reached by stopping the presses
88 Remote work helps level the playing field in an insular industry
89 Declining trust forces publishers to claim (or disclaim) values
90 The Trump-sized window of the media caring about race closes again
91 We'll find better ways to archive our work
92 Newsrooms push back against Ivy League cronyism » Nieman Journalism Lab
93 True equity means ownership
94 The year of MAGAcal thinking
95 Journalism gets fused with art » Nieman Journalism Lab
96 Common law will finally apply to the Internet
97 Get representative, or die trying
98 Toward a wehrhafte journalism
99 Virtual events are here to stay » Nieman Journalism Lab
100 The year we ask the audience what it needs