Against the Riptide

By: Kira Goldberg | Columbia Journalism Review

On September 9, three fellows at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center and Nieman Journalism Lab published Riptide, an “oral history of the epic collision between journalism and digital technology, from 1980 to the present.” In crafting that history, the three authors interviewed 61 media movers and shakers from the past three decades. Of those 61, five were (white) women, two were men of color, and zero were women of color.


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