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Comings and goings: Shereen Marisol Meraji leaving ‘Code Switch,’ Holly Edgell to lead Midwest Newsroom …By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
Meraji NPR’s Code Switch announced that Shereen Marisol Meraji will leave her role as co-host and senior producer. An NPR news release said Meraji’s last day with the program is in August.
By Joyce MacDonald, President and CEO (Greater Public)
Over the past year, I’ve watched public media organizations meet the challenges of the pandemic by creating ways to serve audiences that would have been previously unimaginable. From COVID help desks to the most creative examples of virtual — and newly accessible — live events, the pandemic challenged many of our organizations to set aside some of the well-worn ways we do things in order to ask a single essential question: “What does our community need from us right now, and how can we best provide it for them?” The process of asking and answering that question is how we develop an audience.
By Anna Brugmann, Editorial Intern
Sesame Workshop is building on recent content focusing on race and equality to launch Coming Together, a four-year project that will research and develop resources to teach children how to talk about race. Although education around diversity has always been part of Sesame Workshop’s mission, it had put some diversity and inclusion work on hold in the spring of 2020 as its team focused on addressing the pandemic crisis, according to Senior VP for U.S. Social Impact Jeanette Betancourt.