Call it the Unreality Crisis in America, and it is now as significant an existential challenge to journalism as the search for a new business model.
Americans are now a bit more open to the idea of the U.S. government taking steps to restrict false information online. And a majority of the public continues to favor technology companies taking such action.
The guide offers information and advice on nearly 100 commonly used words or terms — from “able-bodied” to “wheelchair-bound.”
For each story, reporters, producers, correspondents and editors submit information about their sources’ race and ethnicity, gender identity, geographic location and age range.
For “Unmasking America,” a team of student journalists investigated disparities in policies and practices that intensified under COVID-19 and may persist.