American Journalism Project Grantees Cover Siege at the United States Capitol

While the world watched in shock as domestic extremists attacked the U.S. Capitol, and continues to watch in the days leading up to Inauguration Day and beyond, many local journalists are reporting these events through a lens that keeps their readers informed, safe, and connected.

Local journalism provides news from a perspective that readers trust. In this current climate of profound disinformation, and national news reporting that doesn’t address local concerns, these seven outstanding local news organizations that are supported by the American Journalism Project are keeping communities informed.

Read their coverage here:

CT Mirror

Mississippi Today


Montana Free Press

The Oaklandside



We applaud these newsrooms. The American Journalism Project is committed to supporting local journalism such as this in a sustainable way that fosters organizational growth, increased capacity and revenue-generation that keeps these organizations moving forward.

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