Residents vent on issues related to trees and the environment
Hosted by the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University in New Jersey, the gathering showcased the potential of not only journalists working with other journalists and outlets, but also of reporters connecting with nonprofits, activists, and an increasingly participatory public.
Residents vent on issues related to immigrant communities
Residents vent on issues related to poverty and affordable housing
While I see lots of people who are terribly upset about losing the Improper eulogizing on Facebook, I don’t hear anybody talking about what they—or rather, what we, as a community of people who appreciate informed and clever coverage of the colorful metropolis we live in—can do to help the remaining independent outlets
“I have very close family members who have been directly affected by the opiate crisis ... They struggle with addictions that were brought on by the exact marketing tactics that the Sacklers used to make billions of dollars.”
"It’s time for Somerville to get a piece of the pie. Jobs, housing that’s affordable to long term residents. We’re tired of families having to leave."
"We want to connect and align with other neighborhood or issue groups doing similar things … and it’s hard to know who and where this is."
Hampshire County has the most violent small jail in the state, and one of the least transparent
Last Saturday, DigBoston, our nonprofit wing Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism ...