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From the very first words and images that appear on-screen in the documentary “Lights of Baltimore,” you know you are in the hands of a skilled filmmaker with some poetry …

During the April primary when that first COVID-19 wave hit Wisconsin, some voters felt they risked their lives to cast a ballot. Researchers from the Brennan Center for Justice estimate …

On October 19, Tristan Ahtone, editor-in-chief at the Texas Observer, spoke with Study Hall about the Observer's new EHRP-supported Indigenous Affairs desk, which will cover Indigenous communities in the Lone …

The Texas Observer is launching an Indigenous Affairs desk in partnership with the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, and has hired Pauly Denetclaw, formerly of the Navajo Times, to help run it. Other newsrooms will …

Duy Linh Tu's EHRP-supported film "The Wait at Matamoros" received a Lone Star Emmy nomination, the Lone Star Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced last …

This March, Erie News Now and the nonprofit Economic Hardship Reporting Project (EHRP) teamed up to hire a multimedia journalist to focus specifically on financial challenges faced especially by underserved lower …

"The Shutdown Is Great for Lenders," a series of EHRP-supported illustrations by Susie Cagle, won first place in the Magazines/Trade Publications: Editorial Cartoon category at the 2020 Bay Area Journalism …

On September 3, "Growing Up Through the Cracks," an EHRP-supported series in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, was awarded the Western Pennsylvania Press Club's Golden Quill Award for Excellence in Written Journalism …

‘Mine your life,' says managing director David Wallis; think about what you’re an expert in and share that story.

EHRP-supported projects took home three awards at the Los Angeles Press Club's 62nd Southern California Journalism Awards in a virtual ceremony held on August 29. Annabelle Gurwitch took second place in …

On August 14, MEL Magazine interviewed EHRP executive director Alissa Quart about A&F Quarterly, a now-defunct lifestyle magazine by Abercrombie & Fitch, and its negative and predatory impact on young …

Federal thugs in Portland are attacking many journalists, including EHRP photographer Rian Dundon, who was burned and beaten by police.

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