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Entering Science Writing as a Child of Immigrants

Entering Science Writing as a Child of Immigrants

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by · June 16, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Ramesh Bhushal Crosses Borders to Tell the Story of a River and Its People

Ramesh Bhushal Crosses Borders to Tell the Story of a River and Its People

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by · April 14, 2020 · Comments are Disabled
Gut Check: Working with a Sensitivity Reader

Gut Check: Working with a Sensitivity Reader

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by · January 21, 2020 · 1 comment
On the Shortage of Spanish-Language Science Journalism in U.S. Media

On the Shortage of Spanish-Language Science Journalism in U.S. Media

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by · December 10, 2019 · Comments are Disabled
Writing Your Disability or Chronic Illness

Writing Your Disability or Chronic Illness

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by · October 29, 2019 · 2 comments
Invisible Science: Why Are Latin American Science Stories Absent in European and U.S. Media Outlets?

Invisible Science: Why Are Latin American Science Stories Absent in European and U.S. Media Outlets?

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by · September 24, 2019 · 6 comments
This child is one of more than 150 from the Iñupiaq Alaskan village of Selawik who celebrated the natural history and cultural traditions of their homeland through the Selawik Science-Culture Camp in 2014.

Covering Indigenous Communities with Respect and Sensitivity

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by · June 18, 2019 · 2 comments
A Science Writer’s Guide to U.S. Visas

A Science Writer’s Guide to U.S. Visas

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by · May 28, 2019 · 1 comment
Navigating Newsrooms as a Minority

Navigating Newsrooms as a Minority

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by · May 7, 2019 · 3 comments
Journalists of Color Face Harassment by Sources

Journalists of Color Face Harassment by Sources

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by · April 9, 2019 · 1 comment
Including LGBTQ+ Scientists as Sources

Including LGBTQ+ Scientists as Sources

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by · March 12, 2019 · Comments are Disabled
This pattern is inspired by the work of South African artist Dr. Ester Mahlangu of the Ndebele nation in South Africa. Such vibrant Ndebele patterns can be seen on houses, clothing, and other surfaces in South Africa, and this particular piece has science imagery as way to express the growing interest in decolonizing science in Africa.

Decolonizing Science Writing in South Africa

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by · February 12, 2019 · 10 comments
Some autistic writers have poor working memory and can become overwhelmed trying to retain too many details at once.

Writing When on the Autism Spectrum

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by · October 9, 2018 · 2 comments
Introducing the Diverse Voices Series

Introducing the Diverse Voices Series

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by · October 9, 2018 · 19 comments