Click to listen to the Racial Reckoning Daily Updates and the weekly half-hour show. ThreeSixty alumni continue to make their voices heard. Check out what… Read More
The theme of ThreeSixty’s Winter News Team this year was “What’s Next?” After experiencing a global pandemic, social unrest and a tense election, ThreeSixty wanted… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism is excited to share program alumnus Dymanh Chhoun is joining its leadership team. Since participating in camps as a senior in high school… Read More
Are you a ThreeSixty program alumni and want to update us? Send us an email! Yes, we’re all dealing with the pandemic in our own… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism students were honored in the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s 2019-2020 Better Newspaper Contest. Their stories were up against college and professional newspapers for separate… Read More
Ever since Cadex Herrera picked up a pencil, he has been creating art: from doodling to creating murals to bring awareness to social justice issues… Read More
As Black Lives Matter protests spread throughout the world, a 45-year-old Belizean artist hopes his art will inspire people to consider the big and complicated… Read More
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 12, when the Star Tribune featured their stories.
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 5, when the Pioneer Press featured their stories.
Armando Tecpile has a hard labor job at a dairy farm near Cochrane, Wisconsin; but that’s a significant issue for his wife, his children and… Read More
This op-ed story was produced during the Fall 2020 Youth Voice Workshop. Nonblack celebrities are using social media to unintentionally cause harm to Black communities. Instead… Read More
This op-ed story was produced during the Fall 2020 Youth Voice Workshop. What can we learn from discrimination my ancestors faced 100 years ago? Small town… Read More
I peeked over the incubator at the tiny bundle of cloth and stared at your peaceful, angelic face lying peacefully in it. Beautiful lashes fluttered… Read More
Over the summer, ThreeSixty Journalism opened a call for youth to weigh in on recent events in the community. Students were asked to submit audio,… Read More
As I watch my mother spread my grandmother’s ashes around the tree’s roots, I am relieved. She’s always wanted to visit Africa; after 19 years,… Read More
This op-ed story was produced during the Fall 2020 Youth Voice Workshop. No matter where you stand on politics, whether you cheer for the Vikings, or… Read More