JSK Class of 2019
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JSK Class of 2019

Thinking in multiple frames

How journalism can be more collaborative

Sarah Shourd and Mike Schaff on the former plantation he grew up on in Louisiana.

A year ago I boarded a plane to rural Louisiana looking for a story, and I ended up finding an audience.

Or, I guess I should say, a new approach to audience. I was flying to meet a man named Mike Schaff, who sometimes goes by the nickname Swampy Dog. Mike’s an environmentalist who doesn’t believe in climate change, a…

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Insights and updates from members of the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships Class of 2019 at Stanford University

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Sarah Shourd

Sarah Shourd

Sarah Shourd is a multi-media, award-winning journalist, storyteller and former JSK Knight Fellow based in Oakland, California.

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