Where to find the data, how to explore it, and questions to ask to reproduce the story for your community
The Collaborative Sustainability Guide From Solutions Journalism Network, the Center for Cooperative Media, and The Lenfest Institute for Journalism
A curated guide of case studies and resources for project managers and news organizations to build sustainable revenue strategies for collaborative journalism from Solutions Journalism Network, the Center for Cooperative
Welcome to Language, Please — a living resource for all journalists and storytellers seeking to thoughtfully cover evolving social, cultural and identity related issues. You might be a copy editor
Person-Centered Terms Encourage Stigmatized Groups’ Trust in News — From the Center for Media Engagement
This report explores a small, yet impactful, way that journalists can connect with misrepresented or stigmatized audiences: using person-centered language, as opposed to stereotypical labels, to describe communities in news
The first free library showing positive and realistic images of over 50s in a bid to challenge negative and stereotypical views of older age.
From Shelterforce: Confused by the acronyms and initials dotting your reading material? All fields have them, and housing is no exception. Here’s what many of the most common mean.
This guide aims to help journalists understand their rights at protests and avoid arrest when reporting on these events. It summarizes the legal landscape and provides strategies and tools to
Authoritarian takeovers rarely happen overnight these days. Today’s authoritarian playbook is a process that happens piecemeal and is hard to distinguish from normal political jockeying. Project Democracy’s report, The Authoritarian Playbook:
Red flag laws provide a civil court path to temporarily remove guns from people who pose a potential danger. The Poynter Institute offers tips for journalists covering red flag laws, from