October 2018

Improving media coverage of violence: What journalists want advocates to know

A new BMSG toolkit and conversations with veteran journalists offer insights into how you can refine your communication strategies and bring public health and social justice perspectives into news coverage of violence. Read more >


8 ways to communicate strategically about proposed federal immigration rule changes

Use these tips to strengthen your op-eds, comments to the Federal Register, and other messages opposing the administration's proposed public charge expansion — and to frame the issue in ways that further public health and social justice goals. Read more >


What can we learn from media coverage of trauma and family separation?

A BMSG analysis shows how the news about immigrant family separation, detention, and childhood trauma stands out from reporting on many other public health issues and offers insights for elevating trauma in other types of coverage. Read more >


On the road toward prevention: What advocates need to know about how sexual violence is framed

New resources from BMSG and our partners at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center examine how the media portray sexual violence, summarize best practices in framing the issue, and offer guidance for elevating prevention in the news. Read more >


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