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Why Newsrooms Desperately Need Non-Native English Speakers

Discriminatory language is detrimental to diversity and inclusion efforts.

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Acquiring English later in life should not bar you from a career as a writer or communicator.

It shouldn’t, but it often does. How many times have you looked into a great sounding job just to find out that it is open…

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