RJI Fellows Class of 2021–2022
RJI announces three local newsrooms to receive development trackers
An outgrowth of Kate Abbey-Lambertz’s RJI Fellowship, the trackers will give communities up-to-date, thorough information about developments in their area.
2021-2022 RJI Fellows launch public resources for newsrooms and journalists as their fellowships come to a close
With the new 2022-2023 cohort of Reynolds Journalism Institute Fellows just announced, this seems like a good time to offer a quick update on how the projects of the previous group, the 2021-2022 fellows, turned out. From a development tracker toolkit to a guide that helps newsrooms serve the disability community and much more, the … Continued
Introducing the Simply No Words platform
Free and accessible animated content for you to utilize in your newsroom.
Upward and beyond
What happens next?
Introducing the Prison Journalism Navigator
Resources to help newsrooms collaborate with prison journalists.
Upward means planning for growth
New opportunities don’t just appear, they need to be curated and designed with a candidate in mind.
Build a news app to track local real estate development, with and for your readers
The Local Development Tracker Toolkit helps small newsrooms build a tool that serves their communities.
A toolkit for newsrooms to better serve the disability community
A starting point for journalists that is a living document open for comments from the community.
How to support disabled journalists in your newsroom
“How could I possibly feel like I belong in an industry where I can’t even get in the door?”
Telling people before you begin builds trust. Telling people only after you’re done erodes it
A guide for turning private conversations into public resources through community consent.