Diversity Woes: Public Radio Reckons With Its Own Systemic Racism

Public radio is having a Black Lives Matter moment of its own.

NPR SITE COMMENTS
The headquarters for National Public Radio (NPR) in Washington. Charles Dharapak / AP Photo
NPR SITE COMMENTS
The headquarters for National Public Radio (NPR) in Washington. Charles Dharapak / AP Photo

Diversity Woes: Public Radio Reckons With Its Own Systemic Racism

Public radio is having a Black Lives Matter moment of its own.

Journalists are calling out the public radio industry for creating toxic work cultures that fail to protect Black journalists and other journalists of color in the workplace.

Reset talks with two veteran radio journalists to unpack the issue and offer solutions.

GUEST: Kimberly Adams, host and correspondent at Marketplace

Daisy Rosario, executive producer of podcasts at Stitcher; former managing producer at WAMU