Why Toussaint Morrison split from TPT and PBS

The host of “America From Scratch” said he could no longer reconcile his Black identity with TPT’s refusal to address racial issues with authenticity.

When one way of speaking dominates, who gets to tell their stories on public radio?

A journalism school professor argues that NPR’s emphasis on unaccented English “undermines NPR’s original mission of engaging listeners civically.”

Why is public media so white?

Current’s executive director calls for accountability on diversity, equity and inclusion. Making public media data accessible is a start.