A Statement From Not Always Right

| Right | June 2, 2020

At NAR, we have always tried to provide a safe space for you, our readers, as a daily respite from the stress that many of you encounter. Like you, we are all experiencing fear, anger, and frustration at what is happening in the world. However, there are days where we feel we can not be silent.

The nature of the stories we tell — and the values we stand for — revolve around one thing: justice. This means fighting racism, bigotry, hate, discrimination, violence, and inequality. By telling these stories, even in a light-hearted manner, we are showing how widespread the attacks on these values are, and this has never been more obvious.

The recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many others are a direct affront to our values. For the black community, it is sadly just the most recent chapter in the longstanding racial injustices they have endured.

The entire NAR team is heartbroken over the senseless loss of life and shares in the outrage being expressed across the world.

We will continue to emphasize stories that promote diversity, inclusion, and justice, now and forever, or at least for as long as it takes for these injustices to be a thing of the past.

Like so many have done in our stories, if you see racial injustice (or injustice of any kind), call it out. Spread the word far and wide that this is a real threat to our society, and that change is not achieved through silence. This is how we fight for a future that lives up to these values and ideals, so we never have to read a story about racism and injustice again.

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A message from Not Always Right

| Right | March 25, 2020

Editors’ Response: March 25, 2020

We appreciated the wonderful responses from you, our readers! Among these, we also received some requests to separate any content pertaining to the current events that some of you, quite understandably, want to take a break from!

We aim to create a safe space for our readers here at Not Always Right, but we don’t want to censor genuine and entertaining content, so going forward, all stories relating to current events that you might want to avoid (e.g., political election or a natural disaster) will be tagged as such. The “Current Events” tag will be a sign that the following story might relate to important incidents happening in the world right now.


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An Improved Reading Experience Pt 2

| Right | March 5, 2020

Hi readers,

The story format testing period has now come to a conclusion. Love it or hate it, we want to hear about your experience!

Click Here For Survey

Even if you’ve already shared your thoughts elsewhere, completing our survey will help ensure we don’t miss any feedback.

Thanks for your support!

-NAR

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An Improved Reading Experience

| Right | February 24, 2020

Hi readers,

Starting today, you may notice that our long-standing story format has had some slight changes. Don’t panic — this updated format will only be effective for stories published this week, from February 24th to March 1st.

We believe this new format will improve the reading experience, but we’d rather hear what y’all think. Next Monday, March 2nd, there will be a short survey made available for everyone to submit their feedback.

Thanks for the support!

-NAR

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Help Us Improve Not Always Right

| Right | October 22, 2019

Dear loyal readers,

We’re trying to find ways to improve your experience here at Not Always Right, and are considering some exciting changes to our website.

We’d like to invite a small group of readers to take part in a short test of our website redesign.

If you’re interested in having your voice heard, please fill out a short survey here.

If selected, we’ll reach out with more details on how to participate in the test.

Thank you for your ongoing support!

-The NAR Team

Update:
Thank you to everyone that was able to complete the survey and/or submit feedback through the comments section. We received a lot more responses than anticipated, and are taking extra time to go through all of them.

It’s become clear that we need to do a better job with when and how we communicate, and also establish a clearer presence around the site. This is something we’ll be looking to address in the near future.

Meanwhile, we’re aiming to send details for the website redesign test by the middle of next week. Due to the number of responses, we won’t be able to notify everyone that wasn’t selected. But your completion of the survey has been immensely helpful.

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