The class taboo
When journalism went white-collar, it became class-blind
Image by Alex Hanson
“Journalism has evolved into a career with significant entry barriers, one of which is the unpaid internship. This makes the profession whiter, wealthier… and less concerned with public policy issues that affect the poor and even the middle class.”
– Dana Goldstein, The American Prospect
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