Tag Archives: inclusion

Submitted by Rachel Dennis (she/her) We welcome, talk to and refer to a lot of people around here – in person, on the phone, on air, and in writing. They are our colleagues, candidates, vendors, sources, members, board members and guests, etc. And they don’t all go by “he” or “she.” In the last six […]

MPR News at the ThreeSixty Journalism Gala. Clockwise from left (back row): Laura McCallum, Linda Miller, Doualy Xaykaothao, Elizabeth Dunbar, Will Lager, Ka Vang, Emma Sapong, Marcheta Fornoff and Marianne Combs. Submitted by Marianne Combs, Arts Reporter and Producer, MPR News I love a good bake sale – especially when it’s for a cause I […]

by Eric Garcia McKinley Engagement and Inclusion Senior Research Analyst/ACLS Public Fellow Photo credit: Eric Garcia McKinley I am now eight weeks into my new job in public media. The position is exactly as new to American Public Media Group as I am: Senior Research Analyst for Engagement and Inclusion (read more about it here). […]

“It’s a powerful experience to give voice to people who aren’t heard on their terms, sitting in their neighborhood and from their point of view on ways they are moving forward following this story.” – Kate Moos, Director, News Content Development Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man, was killed during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, […]

There’s a culture of gratitude at APMG. It often shows up in the form of an all-staff email from one of our leaders, calling out a team or an individual’s great work. While many of us have a love/hate relationship with email, our employees are spread all over the U.S. (and beyond). We work 24/7. […]

Written by Linda Miller Director, Network Journalism and Inclusion MPR News recently partnered with the Twin Cities chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) to host Women Empowering Women: A Conversation About Financial Security at MPR’s UBS Forum in downtown St. Paul. The idea for the June 29 event came from a Public Insight Network questionnaire that […]