As Milwaukee County sheriff, David Clarke hasn’t been shy about taking his incendiary, tough-talking style to Facebook.
An investigation of widespread race and gender discrimination in the temporary worker industry won first place for business and financial reporting in the Best of the West journalism contest. Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting exposed a nationwide pattern, where employers used temp agencies to outsource their racist and sexist practices. Temp agencies used […]
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Dogged reporting on the anti-pipeline protests at Standing Rock and an exposé of discrimination in the temp industry won awards honoring civil rights journalism from Columbia Journalism School.
Two senior editors will be joining Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting in April, strengthening our team at a crucial time and adding expertise on topics of critical importance. Ziva Branstetter will oversee two key areas of coverage, both of which have taken on added significance since the November presidential election: immigration and the […]
Today, The Center for Investigative Reporting received a generous $3 million general operating grant from the Democracy Fund and First Look Media to support our work for the next two years. This contribution could not be more timely. It will help fuel our expansion of critically important, in-depth coverage of cuts to federal programs that […]
The former Marine-turned-journalist who uncovered a Facebook group that shared photos of nude female service members accompanied by crude and violent repartee is facing a barrage of verbal assaults online, ranging from death threats to the unearthing of his own inappropriate activity on social media.
Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting has received a 2017 Philip Meyer Journalism Award, which honors the best journalism using social research and data journalism methods.
— New initiative to empower women in filmmaking and investigative journalism — EMERYVILLE, Calif. (Jan. 10, 2017) – At a time when fact-based reporting and a diversity of perspectives is more critical than ever, The Center for Investigative Reporting announced today the official launch of Glassbreaker Films, an ambitious initiative to support women in documentary […]
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