Editorial Standards

Last Modified April 22, 2020

Our editorial standards are to provide fresh alternative insights not only into the latest American trends but urban news from around the world as well. Our talented team of writers and editors are constantly adapting new ways to present traditional media.

Objectivity of Our Editorial Standards

Our team of writers and editors are passionate about living up to our editorial standards. We achieve this by providing non-biased information in order to create a clear picture. Americans.org is not involved with any political party or set values, however, we encourage our writers to practice their freedom of speech. If a team member has a strong personal belief, we will disclose this as an opinion piece to our readers. The vast majority of our content is nonpartisan, and moreover we take pride in sharing current events and trends.

Corrections, Clarifications & Updates

Every post we write and share represents us as an organization as well as the American community. Our writers and editors have a screening process in order to verify all information. If an error is brought to our attention, we make updates as efficiently as possible. To remain transparent, we commit to communicating all changes by including revised date and time stamps. Please be aware that some older content found on americans.org may be out of date. As visitors to the site, you assume all risk and responsibility.

Sourcing & Responsibility

Our writers and editors are a diverse group of voices and ideas. We will always give credit where credit is due and use proper citation. Americans.org will always respect privacy and dignity. Any national or international discussion is considered public interest and americans.org has the right to present public domain. Freedom to comment will be enabled and clear warnings will be presented before graphic content.

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