The Texas Tribune, a digital information outlet in Austin, is dropping two of its leaders.
Stacy-Marie Ishmael, the editorial director, and Millie Tran, the chief product officer, stated on Tuesday that they deliberate to depart The Tribune subsequent month, a little greater than a year after they each began working at the publication. Ms. Ishmael, 36, and Ms. Tran, 32, introduced their resignations on Twitter and in a joint e mail to the Tribune employees that was considered by The New York Times.
Ms. Ishmael, who’s Black, wrote in her a part of the e mail that she had reached her restrict after “an absolute brutal year for many people, and especially for nonwhite people.”
“It has been impossible for me to separate what’s been happening in the world, which we’ve been covering rigorously and intensely for these 12 months, from what’s happening in my own life and in the lives of my friends, family and communities,” she wrote.
Ms. Tran, a former deputy off-platform editor at The Times, had been working in New York relatively than Austin, The Tribune’s dwelling metropolis, due to the pandemic. She stated she had determined she would relatively keep put.