On Saturday, Sept. 25, the Star Tribune published stories written by ThreeSixty’s News Reporter Academy students during summer 2021 camps. The stories were produced in partnership with the Minnesota Humanities Center and the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota.
“ThreeSixty is grateful for the Star Tribune’s continued commitment to publish our students’ stories. This is often the first time they have seen their bylines in print, and it’s a transformational moment in every journalist’s career,” said Associate Director Theresa Malloy Lemickson.Star Tribune pages, 2021.
The stories are also available in these separate links:
- Twin Cities executive leads challenge for racial equity in health care
- Hennepin County helps teens transition to adults
- Habitat for Humanity developing new paths to owning a home in Twin Cities
- Twin Cities nonprofit CLUES has been supporting Latino community for 40 years
- Minnesota nonprofit Planting People Growing Justice cultivates leadership
- University of Minnesota student Tiffany Bui brings diverse voices to radio
- Freddie Bell’s podcast is a voice for racial reckoning in Minnesota
- Georgia Fort is documenting stories through a different lens