One of the great — and often unheralded — aspects of PIN is the collaboration and sharing of ideas that occurs among PIN partner newsrooms. For instance, several partners have built on one another’s success using PIN to drive engagement around mayoral elections and involve the community more directly in their campaign reporting. These newsrooms include OPB, KQED,… Read more »
Posts Tagged: politics
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.
Find out how you can help reporters around the country understand where the affects of the sequester are — and are not — being felt.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators has outlined an immigration policy overhaul that includes a path to citizenship. President Barack Obama has publicly praised the plan. Now we want to hear from you. If you had the ear of a senator, or even the president, what would you want to share about your own experience with America’s… Read more »
As with many issues, how we feel about guns often depends on our experiences with them. Here, some gun owners share the stories of the nuanced relationships they have with firearms.
If you think everyone who chooses not to own a gun does so for the same reasons, read these stories.
Our hunch is that people come to their ideas about guns less through the arguments of politicians and more through their own experience and the stories they hear from people they know. So we’re asking for your stories.
Bob Mac Murdo struggled with how he would vote on Minnesota’s marriage amendment a full year before it appeared on the ballot. Once he settled on his vote, though, he says he never looked back.
After filling in the oval on her ballot, the regret started almost immediately. It stayed with her throughout the rest of Election Day and the week that followed — well after her chosen candidate had lost Minnesota and the election.
What happens when you invite two dozen PIN sources to sit in a circle and share their stories about alienation and politics? Turns out, they make friends — despite their political differences.