“What is our responsibility to make sure the environment in which we are convening folks, or communing with folks online is not a toxic environment?”
“Our journalism is pretty grassroots at its core. We cover a range of issues and focus on the intersections between them.”
“Another problem is that the criteria for what constitutes news include outrageous remarks and surprising statements and the trashing of norms and offensive comments.”
“Everyone has a beautiful voice at the bottom of their diaphragm, it’s just that we don’t use that.”
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