Class is Still a Taboo Topic in the U.S. The Guardian’s Ambitious New Rural Reporting Projects are Tackling It

These things are facts: As local newspapers die out, most American journalism jobs left are increasingly concentrated on the coasts, where major publications are headquartered. Internet publishing jobs, in particular, are largely the province of coastal elites. And if you live in a rural area, you are probably not reading many articles by journalists with the same background as you.

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