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Let's Gather

Peek behind the scenes of 14 community-centered journalism projects, including what worked and lessons learned

We’re excited to share a new batch of Gather case studies! Every case study is a deeper dive into what worked and lessons learned from community-centered journalism projects. This batch shares how organizations built relationships, offered actionable news, investigated issues, or created conversation spaces. Check them out below!

Building relationships

Offering actionable news

Investigating issues

Creating conversation spaces

Have you recently completed or launched a journalism project that centers communities’ needs, voices, and/or experiences? We’d love to consider your project for a future case study! Email letsgatherin@gmail.com with your organization and a blurb about the engaged project.

Lish Savson is Gather’s community manager.




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