Recent Stories


Yes, There’s Inflation. But It’s Not the Whole Story

How the media frames stories on the economy affects the shape of policies that are potentially transformative for families


Tackling the Information Crisis: Why News is Essential to Sustainability

By bringing newsrooms closer to their communities we can create business models that tie social impact to financial success

Niemans @ Work

“I Had To Talk To the People Who Were Tasked With Freeing Me”

Jason Rezaian, NF ’17, wanted to tell the story of his release from an Iranian prison from multiple perspectives


Journalism Helped Me Regain Power Over My Own Story

Finding meaning, agency, and purpose in reporting from my home country of Venezuela

From the Curator

Touch Points

Distance kept us safe from Covid, but reporting requires contact and connection

Live @ Lippmann

The Emancipator’s Co-Editors-in-Chief Are Bringing the 19th Century Abolitionist Paper to Life

Deborah Douglas and Amber Payne on building on The Emancipator's historical roots, reimagining the newsroom hierarchy, and centering their work in joy


Don’t Bury the Lede: Overall Crime Declined Despite the Pandemic

How journalists frame crime stories affects public perception of safety — which influences policy decisions that can impact families on the margins 


In India, the Last Few Bastions Of The Free Press Stand Guard Against Rising Authoritarianism

Over the last seven years, newsrooms have found themselves in the trenches, holding the Modi government to account


How Journalism Moves Forward in an Age of Disinformation and Distrust

They say, if you’re going through hell to keep going