Shadowproof’s newest staff member, journalist Ken Klippenstein, discusses his new column and the document reading room he plans to curate on our site.
It’s Shadowproof’s second birthday! We take a look back to honestly assess the work we are doing and to share aspirations with members and regular readers.
A senior media specialist for the National Education Association, Robyn Swirling, posted to Facebook and Twitter the false claim that Shadowproof outed someone with a disability in a news report on a development related to the case of Trevor FitzGibbon. The senior vice president of Revolution Messaging, Sean Carlson, who
Americans can’t endure endless tinkering with private health insurance. We must change the conversation on health care once and for all.
For the past days, those who follow my journalism may have noticed exchanges between Oz Katerji, a freelance writer and journalist, and me. I confronted and berated Katerji for attacking a colleague, Rania Khalek, and playing a role in getting her speaking event at the University of North Carolina canceled.
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I am pleased to announce the launch of Shadowproof’s “Beyond Satire” section. Shadowproof launched as an independent press organization that aspires to support a range of work from freelance journalists, but I always knew at some point there would be expansions to complement our journalistic work and give the organization
Shadowproof appreciates the apology from the creator of “B.S. Detector,” a browser extension for flagging “fake news” that wrongly included Shadowproof.com
In the wake of the 2016 election, Shadowproof believes it is worthwhile to assess the state of journalism and the need for contrition, especially from those with the most influence and power in the press who failed citizens so miserably. Donald Trump’s election was aided and abetted by liberal journalists, who accelerated the decline of