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400 Journalists and Writers Mobilize to Support Transgender Rights and Fair Reporting

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contributors protested what they cited as The New York Times’ continued “irresponsible, biased” coverage of the transgender community.

That open letter — written to a top New York Timeseditor, Philip Corbett — was signed by more than 180 Times contributors in February, some of which were among WGA East members and staff.Thursday’s open letter from WGA said that “biased and inaccurate reporting endangers the lives of trans people.

We have seen it used to justify anti-trans legislation and are alarmed by its pervasiveness, including at major outlets such as The New York Times.”In response to “bias, and all anti-LGBTQIA bigotry,” it added that the antidote is to “confront it through solidarity.”“We are committed to protecting trans, nonbinary and gender nonconforming workers through strong contract language,” the letter continued. “We are encouraged by the outpouring of support for trans people across our industry.

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