Harm’s Way

The federal government knows that millions of Americans will need to move to avoid the most punishing impacts of climate change, but the country offers little organized assistance for such relocation. When communities ask the government for help, they face steep barriers — a particular problem for communities of color.

Harm’s Way is a collaborative project with Type Investigations, Columbia Journalism Investigations, and The Center for Public Integrity that follows the stories of these communities and the obstacles they have faced while trying to get aid from their government.

The Puffin Prize for Creative Citizenship

The Puffin Foundation, Ltd. and Type Media Center are now accepting nominations for the 2022 Puffin Prize for Creative Citizenship, a $100,000 award given to an individual or organization that challenges the status quo through courageous, distinctive, and socially responsible work. Nominations are due by September 12, 2022.

Introducing the 2022 Ida B. Wells Fellows

Type Investigations is pleased to announce the 2022 Ida B. Wells Fellows. This year’s fellows will report on a range of issues, including domestic homicide prevention, migrant rescue practices, homelessness in the Bay Area, and the impact of agricultural policies on Black farmers.

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