The Philadelphia Inquirer on Its History of Complicity in Racism


The Philadelphia Inquirer published a deep dive on its history of complicity in systemic racism, part of a wider project examining the phenomenon’s roots in institutions founded in the city. The article was written by Wesley Lowery and edited by Errin Haines, both of whom are independent of the paper’s newsroom.

Philadelphia Inquirer Names Two New Newsroom Leaders

From The Philadelphia Inquirer:

The Philadelphia Inquirer today announced the appointment of Charlotte Sutton as its next managing editor and Patrick Kerkstra as managing editor for content strategy. As managing editor, Sutton will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the newsroom as it continues its digital transformation. In a pivotal new role to the organization, Kerkstra will work alongside newsroom leadership and key business-side partners to drive the organization’s strategic approach to content.