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In February, Free Press staff fought to preserve affordable internet access, examined pivotal Supreme Court cases and reimagined what local newsrooms can look like.
Cassie Owens reflects on her work to hold Philadelphia news outlets accountable, build power with community members and support journalists of color.
In January, Free Press staff took part in a White House panel discussion, explored ways to combat harm in journalism and advocated for strong civic-media policies.
In December, Free Press staff fought for trustworthy journalism, spread the word about the campaign to restore Net Neutrality and met with leaders in Washington, D.C.
Local journalism is in crisis. Here’s the latest on how Free Press is fighting back.
Free Press’ Diamond Hardiman talks to KGNU about the organization’s Reparative Journalism Project.
We’ve all heard about the perils facing local journalism. But in spite of all the reasons for despair, 2023 also gave us lots of reasons for hope.
As one of 17 initial grantees, Free Press will receive funding to support the creation of policies that prioritize the information needs of underserved communities.
In November, Free Press staffers released a report on privacy rights, hosted a webinar with Sen. Ed Markey, traveled to AfroTech and fought disinformation.
In October, Free Press staffers made a huge impact everywhere from Bali to Philly.