Six editors have been selected in the second cohort of the Richard S. Holden Diversity Fellowship.
The language used to describe mental health matters. Here are four things editors should remember to ensure these descriptions are being presented respectfully.
When using these peculiar expressions, consider your audience.
Conscious language needs to be taken into account across a wide variety of areas, from gender to age, to sexual orientation and socioeconomic status.
This article helps to recap the session’s highlights and provide speaker-recommended resources.
This article offers some things to think about on the topic of inclusive language.
This short article explains the reasoning and methods for improving online accessibility for websites and social media.
A primer on radical editing for inclusion with Alaina Lavoie.
New fellowship and resource center support our D&I goals.
Language is only one way in which ableism manifests in society, but the language we use can transform conversations, perceptions, and biases.