After eight years, we have decided that it is time to shut down Shadowproof, but that does not mean that the independent journalism that we fostered is coming entirely to an end.
We launched Shadowproof six years ago, and in spite of a global pandemic that has fueled economic crisis, we’re still around so let’s celebrate.
Shadowproof seeks reporting that examines issues involving abolition or reflects the work of abolitionist organizing.
We launched Shadowproof five years ago. Many of you helped us accomplish quite a bit so let’s take a moment to celebrate the impact we’ve had.
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 needs your help raising money for freelance journalists covering COVID-19’s impact on health care, labor, prisons, and more.
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.
Shadowproof is seeking pitches from journalists or writers for publication in June. Individuals are encouraged to send pitches with a 1-2 paragraph outline for their story. We also urge journalists to suggest how much they would like to be compensated and when a first draft would be ready. We are
Shadowproof is launching a subscriber-only newsletter for members, featuring exclusive interviews and deeper dives into stories we’re following.