Join TJA at the Pulitzer Center's meet-and-greet for trans journos

Graphic that advertises a meet and greet on August 17 at 12 pm ET

The Pulitzer Center and the Trans Journalists Association invite trans, nonbinary, and gender-expansive journalists to a virtual coffee chat on Thursday, August 17, 2023, at 12:00pm EDT. In this casual conversation, the Pulitzer Center's Senior Editor Boyoung Lim will talk about grant opportunities and offer tips on how to craft a successful pitch to help fund your dream reporting project.

Feel free to bring your questions! The Pulitzer Center recommends reviewing its How to Apply resource prior to attending.

Register here!


TJA members Graph Massara, Gina Chua, and Kate Sosin discussed best practices for covering trans issues in a Pulitzer Center conversation moderated by Pulitzer Reporting Fellow Kallie Cox. They discussed decision-making in newsrooms at an editorial level, the importance of specific and inclusive language in reporting, and the societal impact of skewed framing in today’s media.

For TJA members

Check the listserv and Slack for information on upcoming members-only events! Trans, nonbinary, and gender-expansive journalists can join here.

Tune in for:

  • A workshop on longform storytelling on 7/20
  • A webinar hosted by the New York Times for those interested in learning more about pitching to their freelance editors on 7/26
  • A digital safety training with International Women's Media Foundation on 8/10

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