Liz Spayd

If money is one hell of a drug, then denial is one of the biggest drug dealers in the world. And no group understands that truth better than survivors of child sexual abuse. While survivors, advocates and some lawmakers have fought hard to bring justice, there's been little progress made; if anything, we've been forced to take giant steps backwards
She has big shoes to fill, as predecessor Margaret Sullivan raised expectations for the role.
CJR's chief talks about its digital shift and new membership model.
Washington Post managing editor Elizabeth Spayd is eyeing the exits. Sources familiar with the matter tell POLITICO that
Given the incidences of lack of attention to dissenting opinion and aggression in the run up to war, it's troubling that Liz Spayd will be tasked with "oversee[ing] the gathering, editing and production of news."