Where are you from, originally? This simple question was the topic of a discussion at Community Book Center in New Orleans in April, and prompted a sweeping conversation about race, class, displacement, and what it means to be from a rapidly changing city with deep roots.
Do you know that nearly 40 people from 27 radio, television, online, and print news organizations? If the company you will keep doesn’t get you excited, maybe the discussions at PINCamp will. Here is a detailed guide to PINCamp 2013.
With nearly 80 percent of Utahns living on the Wasatch Fault, Salt Lake City’s KUED wants to understand how prepared residents are for disaster by asking PIN sources for their insights.
Whitesburg, Ky.’s WMMT has developed an engagement project focused on giving people in Appalachia a voice in the conversation about unemployment and healthcare resources, issues that are among the most pressing problems in the region.
When the Associated Press updated its stylebook to remove the term “illegal immigrant,” John Rosman from the Fronteras Desk wondered how others describe people who live in the U.S. illegally, so he sent out a query and started mapping responses. KPCC’s Ashley Alvarado took notice. “As soon as I saw the Fronteras Desk map, I had… Read more »
The St. Louis Beacon and Nine Network are working alongside other groups in town to spearhead a yearlong program focused on obesity and centered on the city’s north side.
More information on the dates and deadlines for PIN Camp 2013 — and two opportunities to get some funding for your trip to St. Paul in June.
WLRN-Miami Herald News recently launched “That’s so Miami,” a PIN-fueled poetry project that’s asking sources to contribute to “The Poetry Travel Guide to South Flordia,” a collection of poems about Miami culture.
The issue of clean air in Utah has become heavily politicized lately — but Utah Public Radio’s new investigative project aims to address the topic not through politics but through a lens of public health.
The station invited attendees at an annual TEDx event in Portland to tell a one- to three-minute story in response to one of 3 questions about change and inspiration in their lives.