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6 stories show how youth media can go where adults can’t
Youth-produced journalism can take audiences to unique places and provide different perspectives on important issues.
Reporting in spaces of civil unrest
How your approach to public engagement impacts your safety profile.
In natural disasters, less resilient poor most at risk
In the news Poverty is a major factor in the death of victims of natural disasters, including those that are climate related, according to a United Nations report released on Oct. 13 in connection with the International Day for Disaster Reduction. The U.N. Office for Disaster Risk Reduction found that of the 1.35 million people … Continued
Dry spell: Covering worsening droughts
In the news A months-long drought has hit the northeastern United States, and while it’s not as dire as the West Coast’s five-year dry spell, it has stressed farms, prompted water restrictions and threatened more wildfires. It stretches from Maine to Pennsylvania and has hit Massachusetts particularly hard, as well as New Hampshire, Maine and … Continued