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International Institute for Restorative Practices features ivoh’s work

September 9, 2016 |

Patty and Dereck Stonefish, the founders of Arming Sisters/Reawakening Warriors. Photo by Dan Koeck for 2016 ivoh fellow Christa Hillstrom’s story. 

 

 

The International Institute for Restorative Practices recently featured ivoh’s work in advance of the Institute’s 21st World … Read More

Highlights from Christa Hillstrom’s keynote speech at the Society for Features Journalism Conference

August 15, 2016 |

Last week ivoh 2016 Restorative Narrative fellow Christa Hillstrom delivered a keynote speech about Restorative Narrative as part of the Society for Features Journalism Conference. The annual conference, which took place at the University of Texas at Austin, featured a wide variety of sessions for … Read More

As tragic news unfolds around the world, media has an opportunity to be a force for good

July 27, 2016 |

When news organizations first started sending out mobile push alerts, I jumped at the chance to sign up. The ability to receive alerts on my phone, in real time, gave me a rush as a news junkie.

Lately, though, I’ve … Read More

How the Carter Center uses journalism fellowships to reduce mental health stigma

July 25, 2016 |

2015 annual Carter Center fellowship meeting. Courtesy of The Carter Center. 

 

By Julie Kliegman

Julie is a copy editor for “The Ringer” and a freelance journalist based in New York. She’s written for publications including BuzzFeed, Vox, Mental Floss, … Read More

Photographer Manuel Rivera-Ortiz moves beyond the shock of poverty to capture humanity

July 11, 2016 |

“Contemplation 13.” All photos by and courtesy of Manuel Rivera-Ortiz. 

 

By Allison Griner

Allison Griner is a freelance journalist and a 2013-2014 fellow with the International Reporting Program. Follow her on Twitter at @alligriner.

 

 

The pipelines stretched as far … Read More

First-person perspective: Covering the Orlando massacre as a freelancer

June 27, 2016 |

Members of Orlando’s LGBT community turned out by the hundreds to counter members from the Westboro Baptist Church, who had traveled from Kansas to protest outside of a funeral memorial at the Cathedral of St. Luke in downtown Orlando on … Read More

Media practitioners reflect on how we talk about rape in wake of Stanford case

June 23, 2016 |

Screengrab from NowThis “She is someone” video. 

 

It’s been almost a month since the victim-impact statement of the 23-year-old woman raped on the Stanford campus was released by the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office. After its release, the statement … Read More

Rebecca Solnit shares how media practitioners can fall together and break the status quo

June 8, 2016 |

After the San Francisco earthquake, 1906. Public domain image. 

 

 

 

Rebecca Solnit is a writer, historian and activist who relishes in the unknown fabric of what makes us human. Her writings on human connection, solitude, the environment and … Read More

How transparency in freelance earnings empowers journalists

June 6, 2016 |

By Julie Kliegman

Julie is a copy editor for “The Ringer” and a freelance journalist based in New York. She’s written for publications including BuzzFeed, Vox, Mental Floss, Paste, the Tampa Bay Times and PolitiFact. Follow her @jmkliegman.

 

 

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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