She Didn’t See Herself or the Young Black Community in Chicago’s Main Media Outlets, so She Started Her Own

Being a millennial Black woman in journalism can feel like a constant uphill battle.

For starters, I’m often prejudged by older generations of editors and publishers with seats at the table before I even walk into the room. They’ve reduced me to what the headlines suggest — an overly ambitious, career-impatient human with little to no work ethic.

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