With the generous support of The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, CIR is embarking on an initiative to convene a variety of stakeholders around an investigative collaboration in New Jersey that actively incorporates insights and experiences from residents along the way.
In The Center for Investigative Reporting’s ongoing experiments at the intersection of art, investigative journalism and community engagement, we’re about to present our work to two new venues: the Oakland Museum of California and a Ford Falcon van.
The Center for Investigative Reporting and the California College of the Arts’ animation program will lead a class in which students will explore creative forms of visualization on the foundations of fact-based storytelling.
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As Off/Page’s new program manager, Jordan will work to find radical new ways to empower youth through an experimental mix of poetry and fact-based reporting.
As part of Hired Guns, our new investigation with CNN, we combed through the various levels of training and regulations that each state mandates for armed security guards. Spoiler alert: Most states don’t require much.
Whether you’re a reporter writing a story about how your state regulates (or doesn’t regulate) armed guards, or an interested citizen wanting to learn more, just fill out our form to get access.
CIR teamed up with design students to reinvent the print newsstand for the digital age. How could we rethink this physical gateway for the news in our communities?
One of the biggest challenges in The Center for Investigative Reporting’s ongoing quest to define and measure media impact is finding a common vocabulary for communicating it outside our own newsroom.
Following up on our “Reveal” investigation, Michigan Radio is hosting two events this week to discuss arsenic contamination in the state’s drinking water and what to do about it.
The GI Bill is intended to help U.S. veterans live the American dream. But as The Center for Investigative Reporting’s investigation has found, for-profit colleges are reaping billions of dollars in GI Bill funds while leaving some veterans with few job prospects and worthless degrees. To help inform our reporting, we want to hear about […]