What is InSight?

Introducing Southern California’s newest print and digital publication exploring local issues of poverty. Launching Spring 2017.

Our Vision

InSight Magazine is a digital and print publication focused on making poverty visible and knowledge actionable. Our mission is to harness the power of media to educate, engage, and inspire change by exploring poverty and highlighting creative and effective approaches to poverty alleviation. With compelling visuals and text, InSight works to combine creative energy with social impact.

The InSight Team

InSight Magazine is a student-run publication. The editorial team is composed of dedicated students from different areas of academia, and guided by an experienced group of UCI staff and other field experts. The team is part of the UCI Blum Center for Poverty Alleviation. For more information about the Blum Center, click here.

Getting Involved

We accept content that addresses the multidimensional issue of poverty, including, but not limited to narratives, perspectives, opinion, and commentary. Topics of interest include student poverty, incarceration, homelessness and human trafficking. Apart from written pieces, multimedia pieces such as photo essays, videos, infographics or artwork related to poverty also will be considered.

Submissions related to issues within the Southern California region will be given priority for the inaugural issue. However, future issues will be expanded beyond this regional focus.

If you have an article or a pitch for an article that you would like considered for publication, please use our online submission process here.

Once submitted, your content will be reviewed by the editorial team. Due to limited space, we are only able to accept a certain number of submissions.

We welcome any questions regarding the submission process at contact@insightmag.org.

Check out our social media:

Instagram: instagram.com/insightmagofficial

Facebook: facebook.com/insightmagazineofficial

Twitter: twitter.com/weareinsightmag

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