On Saturday, Sept. 4, the Pioneer Press published stories written by ThreeSixty’s News Reporter Academy students.
The stories were produced in during summer 2021 camps in partnership with the Minnesota Humanities Center and the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota.
“The Pioneer Press continues to support young journalists by publishing their work, and we’re grateful. We watched students and parents share their first byline in print, which is a milestone moment for our young journalists, and so cool to witness,” said Associate Director Theresa Malloy Lemickson.Pioneer%20Press%20pages%202021
The stories are available in these separate links:
- Podcast highlights Indigenous stories
- Uplifting narratives help heal suffering in communities
- Twin Cities nonprofit helps Latinos thrive
- Sahan Journal focuses on the immigrant experience in Minnesota
- County takes new approach to juvenile justice
- ThreeSixty alum centers her work on community and its power
- Housing for the Indigenous community in Duluth
- U center focuses on anti-racism
- The future of low-income housing
- Marianne Combs continues sharing stories
- Twin Cities executive leads challenge for racial equity in health care