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Editor & Publisher: EHRP Elevates Indie Journalists

Alex Miller is a Navy veteran who was homeless for three years. He was driven to tell his story after the Department of Veterans Affairs offered him a “Band-Aid” solution.

Ray Suarez was a broadcaster with Al Jazeera, PBS “NewsHour” and NPR who found himself without a job due to layoffs late in his career.

Mark Robinson was a local newspaper reporter in Richmond, Virginia, covering housing until his beat was eliminated at a critical point.

All three discovered a new professional path through the Economic Hardship Reporting Project (EHRP), a nonprofit organization that supports independent journalists financially, editorially and through co-publishing efforts with renowned media outlets.

Read the full profile in Editor & Publisher.

Save An Endangered Species: Journalists

The Economic Hardship Reporting Project supports independent journalists so they can create gripping stories which often counter the typical disparaging narratives about inequality. This high-quality journalism is then co-published with mainstream media outlets mobilizing readers to address systemic economic hardship.

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