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5 good reads on change, recovery and resilience

April 14, 2016 |

Image courtesy of Jim Merithew from “I Died and Came Back and This is What I Learned.” 

 

 

 

Change, whether experienced across a neighborhood or personally, can cause us to struggle, experience loss and reassess our perspectives. These stories, from five … Read More

New York Times’ “Race/Related” provides a platform for meaningful and candid conversations about race

April 11, 2016 |

A few months ago ivoh featured a story about the New York Times launching “Unpublished Black History,” a month-long photography project to draw attention to black history. The project, which was created with the intention to spark candid conversations about race among readers, has … Read More

United by Media empowers people with disabilities to become reporters

April 4, 2016 |

United by Media Reporter Jordan Lindahl with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

 

By Julie Kliegman

Julie is the weekend editor for TheWeek.com and a freelance journalist based in New York. She’s written for publications including BuzzFeed, Vox, Mental Floss, … Read More

Creative Time Reports empowers artists to report on global news issues

February 22, 2016 |

Creative Time Reports editor Marisa Mazria Katz in Nairobi.

By Les Neuhaus

Les Neuhaus is a former foreign correspondent, having covered events across East and Central Africa, and the Middle East. He now works as a freelance reporter … Read More

How news organizations are using video games to enhance their storytelling

January 27, 2016 |

 

As more and more media is consumed on digital devices, the opportunity for video games in journalism continues to expand and redefine how readers interact with news. This week Nieman Reports published “Harnessing the Power of Video Games for … Read More

Exploring how communities can benefit from restorative storytelling

January 18, 2016 |

ivoh Executive Director Mallary Tenore, right, in conversation with a participant at Experience Engagement’s workshop on Restorative Narrative. Photo by and courtesy of Emmalee McDonald.

 

Last week, MediaShift published “How Restorative Narratives Can Engage Communities After Tragedies,” which highlights … Read More

Behind-the-scenes look at Eli Saslow’s reporting on a mass shooting survivor

December 30, 2015 |

Photograph by Jabin Botsford.  The image which first appeared in “A Survivor’s Life” is used with permission from editors at The Washington Post.

 

By Julie Kliegman

Julie … Read More

Three media projects show the value of reporting on topics long-term

December 24, 2015 |

 Illustration by Wesley Allsbrook. Image used with permission from The Marshall Project. 

 

 

 

It can be difficult to stay with a story for months or years after an incident has occurred. Some news outlets have made this a priority, though, … Read More

Bilingual newsroom unites over diversity series

November 30, 2015 |

Screengrab from The Houstons Chronicle’s The Million series. 

 

By Allison Griner

Allison Griner is a freelance journalist and a 2013-2014 fellow with the International Reporting Program. Follow her … Read More

News organization offers trauma awareness and peer-support program for journalists

November 25, 2015 |

Kathy Jansen, left, a psychologist and trauma specialist with WellSpan, and Lt. Marc Junkerman (orange tie) of the Harford (Md.) County Sheriff’s Office, talked about trauma and peer-support to a group of Digital First Media journalists in March. (Jason Plotkin … Read More