Sept.11: Helping People Get Smarter
Newsrooms helped their communities understand the impact of the September 11 attacks by applying civic journalism tools and reflexes. By Pat Ford.
Tell Us Your Civic Journalism Story
To chronicle the legacy of civic journalism, the Pew Center invites you to share your experiences. By Jan Schaffer.
Race Conversations Blitz Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Enquirer launches a historic blitz of community conversations about race involving 145 neighborhoods. By Rosemary Goudreau.
Idaho Partners Spotlight Ailing Rural Areas
Four Idaho newspapers and public and commercial television spotlighted the state's ailing rural areas and generated more collaborations. By Pat Ford.
Interactive Game Totes Energy Costs
What if there was a computer exercise to help Wisconsin citizens make choices about their energy future? Now there is thanks to We the People/Wisconsin. By Thomas W. Still.
Lawrence, KS: Common Ground on Growth
A media partnership in Lawrence, KS focused on "Lawrence is Growing" and built trust in a newly converged newsroom. By Pat Ford.
What's Happening in Pew Projects
An update on the progress of the Pew Center's 2002 projects.
Congratulations to The Herald (Everett, WA), the Journal-World (Lawrence, KS) and the Lincoln (NE) Journal Star.
New Views on Old Wire Stories
Earlham College and two newspapers experimented with how to make national and international wire stories more meaningful to readers. By Cheryl Gibbs.
Civic Physics: Energy Matters in NH Effort
An unconventional partnership involving Public Radio in New Hampshire is changing the dynamics of the state's public-policy debate on education. By Jon Greenberg.
A Celebration of Civic Journalism
At the "Celebration of Civic Journalism" breakfast at APME, panelists describe how civic journalism has enhanced their coverage.
The New York Times: A Civic Nomination
James Fallows tells why he thinks The New York Times should be awarded the James K. Batten Award for Excellence in Civic Journalism. Reprinted from Slate, Dec. 3, 2001.
Harwood Mapping Seminar
Twelve newspapers came together in Washington, DC, to learn civic mapping skills to dig deeper into their communities.