The Philadelphia Inquirer is working to transform its newsroom. Here’s what it’s done in a year.


It’s been more than a year since The Philadelphia Inquirer launched its “Inquirer for All” project with the ambitious aim of transforming a newsroom that published the infamous “Buildings Matter, Too” headline into an inclusive and antiracist newsroom.

Six months ago, our team from Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication released a diversity and inclusion audit of the Inquirer which shared a series of recommendations around sourcing, editing, community engagement and workplace culture. No one expected the Inquirer to undo the influence of generations of structural racism in a few months.

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