Fellows are listed alphabetically, with original titles and employers from their fellowship year.
Enabling the Black press in California to do solutions-focused, data reporting about racial justice and equity.
Equipping communities of color in Cleveland with information and tools that help them gain more access to and participation in their city government’s decisions.
Working with community members to produce investigative reporting of criminal justice issues affecting Los Angeles County’s communities of color.
Creating a community-driven information marketplace to address a lack of local news and information for working class and people of color.
Expanding local accountability journalism that exposes police violence and government corruption, and supports community-driven change.
Creating a community-driven media lab that puts listening and earning reader trust at the center of its mission.
Using WURD’s two-way talk format to identify and create deep-dive journalism that better serves Philadelphia’s Black community.
Creating an information system to serve the underserved indigenous Latino communities of Monterey County.
Creating an independent local news source for residents of the Fort Berthold Reservation, where currently information sources are controlled by tribal government.
Listening, training, and partnering with Atlanta’s working-class immigrant communities to strengthen information ecosystems and civic participation.
Senior Community Impact Fellows
Senior International Fellow