Tag: Marshall Project
Facilitating media-making workshops with youth who are incarcerated
11 tips for getting started.
The people behind the data points
Weihua Li of the Marshall Project balances the severity and humanity of incarceration through data.
Changing the language around incarceration
Instead of “inmate,” use “person in prison” or “person who is incarcerated.”
Post Episode 11: Reporters discuss covering different aspects of immigration
Pulitzer Prize Winner Hannah Dreier of ProPublica discusses her prize-winning series about Salvadoran immigrants who were wrapped up in a federal investigation of MS-13. Other recent coverage of immigration issues are also highlighted.
Short Takes: How data uncovered great stories
Who said there would be math? In a field that can attract mathematically challenged individuals, data has become an essential tool for journalists. During the 2019 spring semester, student producers behind Gray Television’s OTT show “Post” showcased 20 pieces of journalism, most of which would not be possible without data.
Pictures of the Year to celebrate winners during awards reception, public forum
Event to also recognize College Photographer of the Year