Scott White, Editor-in-Chief at The Conversation explains its mission as follows:
“In the book The Elements of Journalism, authors Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel state the ‘purpose of journalism is to give people the information they need to make better decisions about their lives and society.’ That lines up nicely with the mission statement of The Conversation: ‘Share knowledge. Inform decisions.’ So putting that all together, we cover important societal issues by publishing expert-based articles that provide our readers with information to help them make sense of a complicated world. In other words, we are committing acts of journalism.”
Resonating with this vision, here is the article I wrote based on the work I published in the Journal of the Learning Sciences with Virgie Aquino Ishihara, a long-time community activist leader of the Filipino Migrants Center, Japan.
“Power in numbers: Making visible the violence against racialized women” — https://theconversation.com/power-in-numbers-making-visible-the-violence-against-racialized-women-157749