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The Solution Journalism Network’s Renewing Democracy initiative provides grant funding for solutions-focused coverage that avoids hyperpartisanship and sensationalism to explore what works.READ THE STORY
Would traveling to another community help you tell a better solutions story? If you’re a local journalist working in the Mountain West, these grants can helpREAD THE STORY
Got an idea for a solutions journalism project in your community (and beyond)? The LEDE Fellowship could be a great opportunity.READ THE STORY
The resulting project spurs self-examination and strategies for changeREAD THE STORY
Need some support to make your solutions journalism story happen? These grants can help.READ THE STORY
We brought together three journalists to tell us how to change the current narrative around incarcerationREAD THE STORY
How a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist-turned professor overcame his skepticism and embraced rigorous reporting on responses to problemsREAD THE STORY
“I quickly realized that the course had to both be about teaching students the skills and writing of solutions journalism. But it also had to be about the role of the journalist in society, and exploring why they may want to consider solutions journalism.”READ THE STORY
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