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Giving Compass launches ‘Democracy and Informed Communities’ partner collection curated by the American Journalism Project
I’m excited to share that the American Journalism Project is curating a new partner collection for Giving Compass: Democracy and Informed Communities: Funding the News.
When Lauren Williams left Vox to found Capital B with Akoto Ofori-Atta, she was sure of two things.
The Nevada Independent will be a 20-strong organization soon, and that means roles on the leadership team are growing and evolving too.
West Virginia lawmakers promise look at system that left foster kids in abusive out-of-state facilities
A Mountain State Spotlight investigation prompts calls for oversight from West Virginia's leaders
Seven ways news organization can address erasure in media and encourage reporting that makes Indigenous perspectives more visible
A new Community Editorial Board will recruit community members for year-long terms writing opinion essays for CT Mirror about their areas of expertise or interest and providing perspective to the CT Mirror news staff
Quadrivium’s philanthropic investment in the American Journalism Project comes at a moment of great crisis for local news providers. The pandemic contributed to what was already an increasingly dire climate for local newspapers, one in five of which folded during the last decade and a half.
American Journalism Project announces grants to nonprofit news organizations in Texas, Wisconsin and West Virginia
The American Journalism Project (AJP), a venture philanthropy organization committed to building a future for local news, announced grants to nonprofit news organizations that serve communities in Texas, West Virginia and Wisconsin.