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Robinson Prize winner Karen Yin gets a high five from Daniel Sosnoski after the announcement Friday night that she had won the prize. (Mark Allen photo)

Changing the Conversation, One Word at a Time: How Professional Organizations Are Pushing for Changes in the AP Stylebook—and Beyond | Center for Journalism Ethics, March 2019

The Top 10 Tools for Journalism in 2018 (and 10 Other Things to Bookmark) | Poynter, December 2018

Edit Like a Boss: Cool Tools Help You Master the Trade | Quill (Society of Professional Journalists), December 2018

Google’s New Dataset Search Is a Game-Changer, Plus 10 Tools for Investigative Journalism | Poynter, September 2018

Because Words Matter: Feminist Editors Share How They Make Their Style Guides Less Oppressive | Everyday Feminism, June 2018

We’ve Updated Our Guidelines on Race and Ethnicity to Better Reflect Our Philosophy of Inclusivity: No More Hyphens to Denote Dual Heritage | BuzzFeed Style Guide, March 2018

Hidden Bias in LanguageTracking Changes, fall 2017

The Impact of Words Is Felt Beyond eLearning | Learning Solutions, September 2017

Copyediting Columnist Karen Yin Receives ACES Robinson Prize | Copyediting, April 2017

Conscious Style Guide Founder Karen Yin Wins Robinson Prize | ACES: The Society for Editing, March 2017

Why We Should Examine Our Culinary Vocabulary | Lucky Peach, February 2017

The Conscious Style Guide: How to Talk About People With Inclusive and Tactful Language | The Zapier Blog, October 2016

Questions for a Writer and Editor: Karen Yin | Copyediting, September 2015

18F Style Guide Pushes Clear, Accessible Writing for Web | Federal Times, July 2015

Conscious Style Guide Highlights Inclusive Language | Copyediting, March 2015

Creating a “Conscious Style Guide” | Tracking Changes, spring 2015

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