South Jersey Information Equity Project welcomes four inaugural fellows

First cohort will produce restorative narrative-oriented stories about and for Black communities in South Jersey

A headshot of Jayden Cohen-Boyce.

Jayden Cohen-Boyce

An alumnus of Stockton University, Jayden Cohen-Boyce has a bachelor’s degree in communication studies and a minor in Africana Studies. He was born and raised in Willingboro.

A headshot of Charles Curtis, III.

Charles Curtis III

Charles Curtis III is a poet, songwriter, spoken word artist and business owner hailing from Camden.

A headshot of Ahnyah Pinkney wearing graduation robes.

Ahnyah Pinkney

South Jersey native Ahnyah Pinkney is excited to cover stories in the region. She grew up in Willingboro and has lived in other South Jersey towns, including Blackwood, Washington Township and Sicklerville.

A headshot of Emmanuel Young leaning up against a tree.

Emmanuel Young

Emmanuel Young is a photographer, activist and videographer from Woolwich. He is a graduating senior at Hampton University in Virginia and will soon receive a bachelor of arts in journalism. Before journalism, Emmanuel wanted to go into education and teach history. But after participating in his high school’s Broadcast News Club he realized he could educate more people using his camera and writing skills.



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