Celeste Katz Marston, Nieman Reports

Celeste Katz Marston

Nieman Reports

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Past articles by Celeste:

What Happens When Candidates Avoid Mainstream News

Politicians have long made calculations about which outlets to speak with and when. But partisan sites has made it easier to retreat into friendly corners → Read More

Political Coverage is Changing to Get Beyond ‘Us Versus Them’

A more nuanced depiction of voters and issues can help newsrooms better report on elections and political campaigns → Read More

American Democracy is Under Threat — and Newsrooms Are Mobilizing to Cover It

The dangers go beyond a made-for-T.V. mutiny. They lurk inside local election agencies, statehouses, and school boards → Read More

How to get poll coverage right in the run up to the midterms

In an age of hyper-partisanship, adding context to survey data is key to giving audiences the full picture → Read More

The Media and the Ballot Box: Confronting 21st Century Voter Suppression

In the fall of 2020, voters across the country waited in long lines to cast their ballots in a pivotal election, with press on hand to cover the action. One Georgia TV reporter talked to an upbeat voter who said, “A lot of people have given up their lives to make it possible for us […] → Read More

Six Rural News Outlets Trying to Bridge the Information Divide

It’s no secret that the past two decades have seen a major decline in the number of news outlets serving local audiences. The statistics are staggering: Between 2004 and 2019, about 2,100 daily and weekly newspapers folded. These closures have hit rural communities particularly hard, according to Penelope Abernathy, lead author of the study, “News […] → Read More

Here’s How You Can Help if You See Asian Americans Targeted by Racist Harassment

In the wake of increased violent, unprovoked attacks and harassment against Asian Americans, the question is: Who’s on board to help? And what can we do? → Read More

After the Capitol Riot, Journalists Contend with Rage against the Media

Trump’s stoking of hostility — rhetorical and physical — towards reporters is likely to outlast his presidency → Read More

Representative Yvette Clarke on the Moment "All Hell Broke Loose" at the Capitol Today

Representative Yvette Clarke of New York tells Cosmo about the moment she realized the Capitol was being taken over by a mob. → Read More

Tulsi Gabbard Wants to Put a Little ‘Aloha’ in the 2020 Presidential Race

Tulsi Gabbard is the youngest candidate to announce her 2020 Presidential bid. Her message and military record could resonate. But will that be enough? → Read More

In the 2020 Election Will Female Candidates Be Judged On Likeability—Or Something More?

And could the 2020 race for president help Americans finally get over it? → Read More

These Women Are Still Waiting for Their Paycheck Because of the Government Shutdown

Five women share how they’re coping, where they’re cutting back, and what they’re doing to fill the time. → Read More

Who’s In and Who’s Out of the 2020 Presidential Race—So Far

The 2020 presidential race has already kicked off. From Elizabeth Warren to Joe Biden, here's a look at everyone who is running or rumored to be in the mix. → Read More

Meet the Woman Determined to Change Congress

Rashida Tlaib won her primary in August and had no Republican opponent in November, potentially becoming the first Palestinian-American woman in Congress. → Read More

Hospitals Billed Sexual Assault Survivors for Rape Kits. Now They're Paying the Price.

The personal cost of rape may be incalculable—but this wasn't supposed to be part of it. → Read More

When Will Ivanka Trump Stop Getting Excused for Screwing Up?

The first daughter used her personal email to send hundreds of government emails, which has people wondering how many passes she will get for her gaffes? → Read More

Eslah Attar Bio, latest news and articles

Eslah Attar is an author on Glamour. Read Eslah Attar's bio and get latest news stories and articles. Connect with users and join the conversation at Glamour. → Read More

Will White Women Split Their Vote Again In Election 2020?

A breakdown of how women voted in the midterm elections reveals a stark divide. → Read More

Democrats Won Back the House—They Have Women to Thank for That

Female voters helped propel a new crop of women lawmakers to Washington. Here's what that could mean. → Read More

Midterms 2018: Here Are the Historic Firsts for Women From Election Night

The midterm elections brought big, historic wins for women and Democrats, who took back the House on Tuesday night. → Read More