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The Mountain West's Great Outdoors

5 Stories

In the Mountain West, organizations and initiatives are helping communities build meaningful...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Medical Detectives Stop the Pandemic through Contact Tracing

10 Stories

As the number of positive COVID-19 cases began to skyrocket around the world, civil servants and...

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Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

COVID-19 Community Changemakers-1st Edition

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COVID-19 hasn't stopped changemaking. It's accelerating. 

This is the first edition of our ...

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Greg Van Kirk

SolutionsU Pro (A Solutions Journalism Network innovation)

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Rural Regions Respond to Public Health Crises

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As the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States, preliminary conversations focused on how...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Professional Pivots during COVID-19

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Across the Mountain West, health centers, businesses, and schools are adjusting and adapting...

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Kayla Christopherson

The New School / SJN

Media Training Professional

Improving trust between communities and police

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Tensions between the police and the Black community in America are long-standing and contentious....

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Lucy Crelli

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications

COVID 19: Community Changemakers - 2nd Edition

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COVID-19 hasn't stopped changemaking. It's accelerating. 

Here's the second edition of our ...

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Greg Van Kirk

SolutionsU Pro (A Solutions Journalism Network innovation)

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

How Accountability and De-escalation Can Work in Policing

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Many Americans are horrified by images of police attacking non-violent demonstrators, and deeply...

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Matthew Kauffman

Solutions Journalism Network

Graphic/Data Journalist

Learning to Understand

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Issues of political and racial divisiveness have reached a boiling point in the United States,...

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Lysandra Marquez

Solutions Journalism Network

Communications/PR

When your neighbor becomes your doctor

6 Stories

While some may imagine rural or remote lifestyles to be a reprieve from overcrowded urban areas,...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

First Steps Toward #DefundThePolice

7 Stories

The protests that erupted nationwide after Minneapolis police killed George Floyd quickly...

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Mark Obbie

Solutions Journalism Network and freelance criminal justice journalist

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

Racial Equality and Voter Suppression

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Voter suppression includes both legal and illegal methods of preventing or discouraging voters...

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Jenn Rosen

Solutions Journalism Network

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COVID-19 and Equity in the Mountain West

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As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the United States, the virus is exposing health and...

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Kyle Plantz

Solutions Journalism Network

Media Training Professional

Policing the Police In Their Use of Force

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POLICY PRIORITY: USE OF FORCE

Protests over the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson,...

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Mark Obbie

Solutions Journalism Network and freelance criminal justice journalist

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

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