What happens to “essential workers,” or those on front lines, impacts all making low wages, especially as impacts of COVID-19 keep rippling through economy.
When Katie Dancey-Downs, a journalist in the United Kingdom, pitched Shadowproof a story about COVID-19 and asylum seekers, we knew we wanted to collaborate because of her commitment to covering refugee issue
Shadowproof launched 4 years ago. Let’s take this moment to assess what many of you helped us accomplish and discuss our aspirations for the coming year.
Journalists struggle in a rapidly deteriorating media economy that is focused narrowly on Washington, D.C., and overlooks news in other parts of the country
Donate to fund Roqayah Chamseddine’s profiles of refugees, dual citizens, U.S. residents, and citizens impacted by Trump’s Muslim Ban.
We asked our contributors to share some of their favorite things they read, saw, and heard in 2016.
Help us start 2017 with a robust budget for funding important reporting. Support independent journalists, who struggle to find a platform for their work.
“Don’t Think Twice,” Mike Birbiglia’s ensemble comedy about an improv troupe in New York struggling as some members of the troupe become more successful than others, is driven by a concept, which Birbiglia articulated on the podcast, “You Made It Weird.” He said, “Art is socialism, but life is capitalism.”
Shadowproof is sending Rania to report on the convention and provide eyewitness accounts. But we need your support to fund her reporting.
Share your accounts of struggles to force change at state Democratic Party conventions, participate in caucuses, or cast ballots during primary elections.