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  1. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: POCs are expected to be exceptional at everything. That’s literally impossible.

    By P. Kim Bui

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    Leaders of color are dealing with a double standard: To be considered successful, you must be twice as good. To be a genuine leader, you must show people you aren’t perfect, and have things you’re working on, setting an impossible bar to more achievable heights.

  2. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: How to (not) ask for help finding applicants for your program or job

    By Angilee Shah

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    If you’ve already posted your job description, you might be too late to get the truly diverse pool of applicants you were hoping for.

  3. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Lessons from SRCCON2021

    By P. Kim Bui and Emma Carew Grovum

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    Whisper networks, everyone needs help, what allyship means, and how there’s no universal answer to DEI

  4. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Let’s talk about hurtful corporate speak

    By Tony Elkins

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    Here are a few phrases you should stop using immediately, and some alternatives you can inject into your daily conversations.

  5. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: What white allies can do

    By Emma Carew Grovum

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    We’re often asked by well-meaning white allies what they can do to support our work. Here’s just a few places to start.

  6. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Help Your BIPOC Interns Succeed

    By Benét J. Wilson

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    Supporting young journalists of color at the beginning of their careers is crucial to retaining them throughout the industry. What you can do to help them survive — and thrive.

  7. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Burnout culture is everywhere

    By P. Kim Bui

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    But it starts at the top, and you need to have a hand in the solution.

  8. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Being more inclusive with your references

    By Brian De Los Santos

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    We all have to stop assuming everyone understands language, or references. It’s alienating.

  9. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Dear imposter syndrome…

    By Emma Carew Grovum

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    For leaders, dealing with imposter syndrome means gently pushing our people into seeing their own success.

  10. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: To whom it may concern

    By P. Kim Bui and Emma Carew Grovum

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    Sincerely, Leaders of Color is written for everyone in the journalism industry who cares about creating a more supportive environment for journalists of color to do their best work.

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