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Images & Voices of Hope | November 27, 2020

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How one nonprofit is helping create the next generation of Atlanta storytellers

December 4, 2017 |

Noco Live — re:imagine/ATL’s “No Comment” project is a web series entirely produced by local students, covering the arts, music, and culture, but also mental health issues and stereotypes. Image courtesy of re:imagine/ATL.


By Eric Goldschein

Eric is a freelance writer … Read More

Back to class: Reporting in Indigenous Communities

September 18, 2017 |

Reporting in Indigenous Communities student, Haley Lewis, in the field. Photos courtesy of RIIC. 


By Mike Wallberg

Mike Wallberg is an award-winning freelance journalist based in Vancouver, Canada. Follow him on Twitter: @MikeWallberg.





Journalism students at … Read More

Pop-up Spanish-language bookstore tours the US in pursuit of a more inclusive country

April 3, 2017 |

Pablo Helguera at Librería Donceles in San Francisco in 2014. All photos courtesy of Pablo Helguera. 


By Kara Newhouse

Kara Newhouse is the creator and host of the Women in STEM podcast and a 2015 ivoh summit attendee. You can … Read More

Columbia Journalism Review, Reuters & The Guardian collaborate on workshop for journalists in Trump era

March 28, 2017 |

Panel members (from left to right) included Elisabeth Bumiller, Sabrina Siddiqui, Brian Stelter, John Carney, Jelani Cobb, and moderator Kyle Pope. 


By Natalie Coleman

Natalie Coleman is a writer based in Cincinnati and New York. She is attending NYU’s … Read More

How Stories for Society uses fantasy to get to the heart of reality

February 13, 2017 |

Stories for Society hosts a training for teachers from 20 schools in Stockholm. The training was about the meaning of tolerance. All photographs courtesy of Julie Lindahl.


By: Rachael Cerrotti

Rachael Cerrotti is a Boston-based freelance photographer and writer, as well as … Read More

Lift Every Voice encourages communities worldwide to celebrate opening of National Museum of African American History & Culture

October 14, 2016 |

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of African American History and Culture Architectural Photrography. Images courtesy of the NMAAHC. 


Tucked behind scattered curbside oak trees in the southside of St. Petersburg, you’ll find the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum. The … Read More

How the Media Mobilizing Project uses grassroots leadership to create lasting change

June 2, 2016 |

Movement Media fellows. Photo courtesy of Bryan Mercer. 


Marginalized communities are sometimes portrayed in a negative light and even ignored in mainstream media. It requires a restorative and at times reflective approach to dig deeper for a story that … Read More

Meet Moses Shumow: ivoh fellow capturing untold stories in Liberty City, Miami

May 27, 2016 |

Image from forthcoming book, “Fragmented Miami: News, neoliberalism, and contested urban space,” co-authored with Dr. Robert Gutsche. One chapter is on the digital infrastructure in Liberty City and the difficulties organizers face as they try to get more people online. Photos by Moses … Read More

How The Video Project promotes and distributes educational media around the world

May 25, 2016 |

A still from “Nature’s Orchestra: Sounds of Our Changing Planet.” All images used with permission from The Video Project. 




If you visit a movie theater today you’ll likely find a series of fast-paced Blockbusters that are made to … Read More

IJNet expands despite rising authoritarianism in countries around the world

May 16, 2016 |

Members of the first Middle East and North Africa (MENA) mentoring center in 2014. Courtesy of IJNet. 


By Les Neuhaus

Les Neuhaus is a former foreign correspondent, having covered events across East and Central Africa, and the Middle East. … Read More