To Move Forward on Racial Equity, Newsrooms Need to Reckon with Their Pasts


Germans have a term — vergangenheitsbewältigung — to describe the process of coming to terms with the past. The concept emerged in the decades after World War II, as historians, philosophers, writers, and thinkers grappled with the atrocities of the Nazi era and with the question of collective culpability.

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