“Beautiful Agitators,” an original StoryWorks play about the life and legacy of civil rights activist Vera Mae Pigee, premieres in Clarksdale, Mississippi, in August.
With the rise of the internet and social media, the journalism industry has shifted – and investigative reporting is no exception. But the skills required to succeed in journalism have not changed much. Skills like persistence and Microsoft Excel still pay off and have helped pave the way for success for our journalists.
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.
CIR partnered with San Diego State’s School of Journalism and Media Studies to give journalists a framework for executing sensor-based news projects that address real problems in their communities.
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.
In our latest Animated Investigations class at the California College of the Arts, we challenged students to identify and research topics of importance to the San Francisco Bay Area and use the information they uncovered as the basis for their final projects.
We’re honored to participate in a new fellowship created and funded by CatchLight, an organization dedicated to supporting photography and visual storytelling to drive social change.
We’re using virtual reality to put you in an investigative reporter’s shoes.
How the crazy idea of a VR pop-up shop in Berlin became reality.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s election, Reveal’s mission of uncovering wrongdoing and injustices, and focusing our efforts on those stories with the greatest potential to drive change, has never seemed more relevant.