CIR and WFMU launched Toxic Comedy to spotlight the very serious ways that pollution affects communities across New Jersey through fact-based stand-up
Here’s what we and art student Neha Dharkar learned in CIR’s first animation summer internship.
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, CIR and WFMU are teaming up to launch a new initiative exploring New Jersey’s toxic legacy through comedy. Yes, comedy.
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What do you feel is missing from the news coverage? What questions linger when the media attention fades?
New Jersey couple Eliot and Anna Zigmund shared their oil tank plight – a cleanup process that has cost them more than $600,000 to date.
With our investigation into America’s temp industry, Reveal is launching a campaign to explore the many faces of workplace discrimination. And we need your help to do it.
CIR is facilitating a collaboration to explore the impacts of contaminated sites across New Jersey.
With new Reveal investigations, we look for opportunities to create visual loops that help articulate key facts and concepts.
The latest production by StoryWorks, an experimental project from The Center for Investigative Reporting that produces theater inspired by investigative journalism, recounts the deadliest accident in the history of the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota.
What do you think about when you hear the word “surveillance?” Along with three local artists, we posed that question to residents in Oakland, California, in an experimental art-meets-journalism project.