Richard Prince's Journal-isms

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Raised by 243 people in 33 months
November 2016

Stay woke!

That rallying cry took on added urgency in November, not only with the election of Donald J. Trump, but with the passing of Gwen Ifill, a truth-teller who, like fellow journalist George Curry, left us this year with daunting journalistic shoes to fill.

Reports tell us that some news organizations are seeing huge spikes in donations and subscriptions as readers look to support newsrooms that hold Trump accountable.

That's a good thing. But we also must hold newsrooms accountable, especially on issues of diversity and inclusion.

"Richard Prince's Journal-isms" has sought to fill that role since 1991. It calls out the media when warranted; it lets news consumers know of best practices; it encourages our journalists of color and others who care about accurate and fair coverage. It tries to make sense of our new political and media reality.

"Journal-isms" received a heartwarming outpouring of support this year when readers came forward with ideas, suggestions and assistance as it was steered unexpectedly toward an independent path. A strategy committee evaluated business models and continues to do so.

Now it needs financial support to continue its mission. The new business entity "Richard Prince's Journal-isms" will be accepting gifts or loans that will help us in the media "stay woke." A Go Fund Me page has been created at < https://www.gofundme.com/richard-princes-journalisms>. The gifts are not tax deductible, but donors will be enrolled as "Journal-isms" charter members and as "Journal-isms" subscribers. (Make sure we have your preferred email address.)

[Update: the IRS has  determined that the gifts  are  tax deductible  effective  Feb. 9, 2017!]

"Richard Prince's Journal-isms" is registered at 
Bank of America
Beacon Mall Banking Center
6802 Richmond Hwy
Alexandria, VA 22306

Please feel free to forward this message to the like-minded with your endorsement.

Thanks. Let's stay woke!

Richard Prince
Journal-isms
http://journal-isms.com
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Hello, all,

I posted this note yesterday in "Diversity's Greatest Hits, 2017 — Where Will They Take Us in the Year Ahead?" http://bit.ly/2Cfc0Wn

2017 was the first full year that “Journal-isms” published as an independent entity.

Thanks to readers who became moral and financial supporters, some contributing testimonials, and to the foundations who provided the first grants to the new Journal-isms Inc.

The “Stay Woke” drive continues.

Happy New Year!

Please read that as a special thanks to you!

Supporters: http://journal-isms.com/supporters/

Foundation grant announcements:
http://bit.ly/2sZlu2x
http://bit.ly/2k4hZpM

Courtland Milloy column: http://wapo.st/2qhXqf5

(Thanks, Courtland!)

Onward!
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Good news! Journal-isms has received tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service, retroactive to Feb. 9. Donations since then are tax-deductible. Thanks for your support!
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"Richard Prince's Journal-isms is one of a kind. Good judgment, good reporting, good writing, much needed. It has earned all the support it can get."
--Barry Sussman, contributor to the Washington Post's legendary history
Barry Sussman
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"Richard Prince's Journal-isms is one of a kind. Good judgment, good reporting, good writing, much needed. It has earned all the support it can get."
--Barry Sussman
Barry Sussman
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Beth Larson
33 months ago
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Blah blah blah more Dribble from the left. Shut up and go away

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Shereen Renee
18 months ago

Excellent work and excellence in journalism and information reporting. First Amendment trumps Second Amendment all day. They speak death to the Nation on the second, we speak Life to the Nation on grounds of the First. Congratulations! Keep up the fantastic work!

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Mike Woolfolk
10 days ago

Richard does important work that is, clearly, still necessary. I am happy to support his efforts with Journal-isms!

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Jim Asendio
23 days ago

Now more than ever! Continue the great work!

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Terri Shaw
24 days ago

Your are providing and important service--and opportunity to socialize. Thanks.

JT
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Jacqueline Threadgill
1 month ago
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Del Wilber
2 months ago

I want to support this important column

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Earnestine Young
6 months ago
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Vernon Smith
8 months ago

Despite proclaiming their commitment to diversity, 50 years post-Kerner, America's newsrooms remain disproportionately white and tone-deaf to lingering issues of race and inequality in our changing society. Richard, thanks for your efforts to draw attention to these issues and hold the news industry accountable.

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Gregg W. Morris
8 months ago

Richard Prince's Journal-isms is an invaluable sources of information.

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Alicia SHEPARD
8 months ago

I donated because Richard Prince covers media diversity better than anyone else does. In fact, does anyone else?

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Anonymous
8 months ago
Beth Larson
33 months ago
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Blah blah blah more Dribble from the left. Shut up and go away

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Shereen Renee
18 months ago

Excellent work and excellence in journalism and information reporting. First Amendment trumps Second Amendment all day. They speak death to the Nation on the second, we speak Life to the Nation on grounds of the First. Congratulations! Keep up the fantastic work!

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