Category: Resources

Supporting the Well-Being of Your Underrepresented Employees

By Chris Michalak and Marlette Jackson For Harvard Business Review Many business leaders have made it clear that employee health is

What might journalism learn from ‘bridging’?

By Kevin Loker American Press Institute In recent years, the number of nonprofits and initiatives that could be categorized under a

Medill Survey Respondents Say Their News Organizations Are Increasing Diversity Efforts

By Greg Burns Local News Initiative More than a year after social-justice protests called attention to the lack of diversity in

When staff appeals for change, be responsive

Newsroom leadership should embrace criticism about diversity, equity and inclusion By Emma Carew Grovum For Editor & Publisher One of the biggest

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 2: First Full Week of Session Finished

SHORT, BUT BUSY, WEEK IS EXPECTED IN THE CAPITOL The legislature will observe the Martin Luther King Jr holiday on

2022 Day at the Capitol Postponed due to COVID Surge

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and cases surge due to the omicron variant, Missouri Press has made the decision

Missouri Press-Bar Commission seeks at-large and diversity representatives

 In 1972, The Missouri Bar created the Missouri Press-Bar Commission to foster better communications between the media and the bench and

MPS rate agreements are due Nov. 29

Missouri Press Service has begun distributing 2022 advertising rate agreements to member newspapers. The form can be accessed here: 2022NewspaperAgreement It

MPA partners with Missouri School of Journalism, RJI to launch new Rural Missouri Newspaper Scholarship

This scholarship will help attract students to the MU J-school and prepare them for leadership roles at rural Missouri

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