Category: Solutions Journalism

Get to know Broke in Philly: Collaborative Reporting on Economic Justice


Following on the success of The Reentry Project last year, Philadelphia now has its own solutions journalism organization, called: Resolve Philadelphia.

And Resolve just launched Broke in Philly, a collaborative of 20 local organizations working together to report on economic justice: brokeinphilly.org

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Subscribe for free: This Week at Broke in Philly

The Center for Public Interest Journalism contributes operational support to Broke in Philly, a new citywide reporting collaborative focused on economic justice in Philadelphia, the poorest big city in America.

And now you can read the inaugural edition of their free email newsletter: This Week at Broke in Philly.

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Broke in Philly collaboration will focus on solutions to poverty in Philadlephia

A message from our editor

For the past decade, Philadelphia has been unable to shake its notorious distinction as the poorest big city in the U.S . More than a quarter of the city’s residents are experiencing poverty, meaning a family of four earns less than $25,100 per year.

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Free second-level solutions journalism workshop upcoming at Temple University Center City

Meet colleagues, ask questions and get ready to put your solutions journalism training into practice.

This workshop will be led by Jean Friedman-Rudovsky, Philadelphia coordinator for the Solutions Journalism Network.

Join us February 1st at 6:30 p.m. at Temple University Center City.

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Solutions Journalism Network Q&A: Register now to attend free panel

How We Do It: Top Editors on Solutions Coverage

Solutions journalism is becoming a go-to for media outlets nationwide who are seeking to energize their newsrooms, increase accountability, and engage and increase their audiences. But how exactly does this work on a daily basis? This Solutions Journalism Network Q&A is a chance to hear from — and ask your questions of — four experienced sojo reporters and editors.

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