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Since 1829, The Philadelphia Inquirer has been “asking on behalf of the people” of Philadelphia and the region by providing essential journalism. Locally owned and headquartered in Center City Philadelphia, The Inquirer is a for-profit public benefit corporation under the non-profit Lenfest Institute. Its multiple brand platforms — including newspapers, Inquirer.com, e-Editions, apps, newsletters, podcasts, and live events — provide Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism to a growing audience that includes more than 140,000 digital subscribers and 14.5 million monthly impressions. For more information, visit about.inquirer.com.

"In a free state, there should always be an inquirer asking on behalf of the people: Why? Why? Why?" - John Norvell, Inquirer co-founder

The Inquirer’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I)

The Philadelphia Inquirer is committed to becoming a diverse, inclusive, equitable, and anti-racist organization by evolving how it operates through its culture, coverage of the news, and service to the community. To accomplish this, The Inquirer is approaching this critical work in a manner that is sustainable through investments in its journalism, workplace culture and talent, and community relations.

Culture

We are building an inclusive culture, grounded in anti-racism and equity, that fosters a sense of belonging for all at The Inquirer. At every level of the organization, we seek equitable representation of people from marginalized and under-resourced communities.

Coverage

We are working to ensure equity is centered in how The Inquirer approaches journalism. We seek to consistently address systemic racism and other forms of oppression through inclusive, actively anti-racist coverage that reflects, serves, and is informed by all communities.

Community

We are taking action to build trust with marginalized and under-resourced communities through active listening, asking for feedback, and sharing transparently about our progress on DE&I. We seek to ensure members of these communities feel seen, reflected, and valued in what The Inquirer covers.

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