Learn more about the TJA's changing social media strategy.
As Twitter has become an increasingly unrewarding platform, we've been exploring other ways to reach our members and the journalism industry at large. That's part of why we launched this newsletter. But we've also been exploring other platforms, too.
Our Stylebook and Coverage Guide draws on the expertise of more than 20 TJA members, including editors, reporters, and newsroom leaders with backgrounds in local, national, and international media organizations across beats and mediums. It also links to examples of best practices, reported pieces that contextualize issues, and helpful explainers of tips for specific beats written by other journalism organizations.
I wanted to make it easier for people to understand the organizations and individuals involved in anti-trans activism, how they're connected, how they're funded, and what's been written about them before. The Trans Data Library, which was a group effort by me and an amazing group of trans writers and devs, is our bit of light shining into those dark corners.
Save the date
NLGJA’s LA and Philadelphia chapters have teamed up with Rotten Tomatoes to present The Visibility Dilemma, an online event on November 17 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET:
As trans people gain more visibility in film, television and other media, attacks on the trans community are at an all-time high. In this panel, trans and non-binary journalists and thought leaders discuss the double-edged sword of trans visibility today, as well as what more studios, media companies, and audiences could be doing to advance trans rights and uplift trans voices.