Inclusive journalism is about an authentic commitment to diversity (in people and perspectives) and equity (in policy and practice). In order to create inclusion, the biggest part of the solution lies inside and not outside the organization. By building a culture of belonging, embracing change, daring to be uncomfortable and challenging the definition of objectivity, inclusiveness can grow. It’s a process and long term, repetitive action is needed. From acknowledging that systemic racism exists to decolonizing journalism education. Inclusive journalists are good listeners, humble, innovative, self-aware and willing to actively change the status quo.