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Type Investigations' mission is to produce high-impact investigative reporting that holds the powerful accountable. We seek to bring underreported stories to light, cultivate diverse journalistic talent, and create a home for independent journalism that serves the public.
Type Investigations is thrilled to announce that Noy Thrupkaew has been selected as the new director of the Ida B. Wells Fellowship program and as a Type Investigations reporting fellow.
In 2021 we produced dozens of stories, reaching millions of people through our collaborations with partners. The following are several outstanding stories that examine many of the most pressing issues of our day.
Type Investigations is pleased to announce the 2021-22 Ida B. Wells Fellows. The fellows are emerging and mid-career journalists working in a variety of media formats and outlets.
These investigations into the police and the criminal justice system have all been published in the year since the uprisings began
Karen Robinson-Jacobs, an experienced business reporter, will produce accountability journalism for Type Investigations and The St. Louis American.
In a yearlong investigation published in partnership with GEN last June, 2019-20 Ida B. Wells fellow Andrea González-Ramírez revealed how the Puerto Rican government has failed to address a domestic violence epidemic on the island.
Here are 10 stories we hope you’ll revisit in these final days of the year.
Type Investigations is among 64 local news organizations chosen to join the Report for America program next year.
The fellows represent a cross-section of the U.S. and of journalism experience, ranging from emerging to mid-career journalists.
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