Climate change is so much more than a science story. It’s an everything story.
Obituaries are not tributes. They should reflect people’s whole lives and legacy.
Montclair journalism students Michelle Coneo Fernandez and Drew Mumich traveled to New Orleans to shadow a crime reporter at a homicide scene.
Retiring NBC News legal correspondent Pete Williams reflects on how Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and the impending abortion decision could impact the court.
This is part of NBCU Academy and NBC News Studios’ second annual ‘Original Voices’ Fellowship celebrating docs supporting diversity and inclusion
New Partners Include Accredited Engineering Programs, Including STEM Programs for the First Time
Multi-Year Partnerships Highlight NBCU News Groups’ Unwavering Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Serving Students of Color Pursuing Higher Level Education
Serena Chow, former editor-in-chief of Wesleyan University’s campus newspaper, created a fund to support low-income journalists of color. She said the wages are an “issue of access.”
From ads for enslaved people to alerts about lynchings, the press has long profited off — and contributed to — Black suffering. Reparations are one way to create a more just industry.
NBCU Academy and NBC News Studios together named seven groundbreaking filmmakers for the first inaugural Original Voices fellowship.
By fighting for high income thresholds, Democrats can frame the checks as a benefit for almost everybody — not just a government handout for the few.
Jury is Comprised of Award-Winners Dawn Porter, Nanfu Wang and Cristina Costantini
Multi-Year Partnership with Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-Serving Institutions and Colleges with Significant Black, Indigenous and People of Color Populations Signals Comcast and NBCU News Group’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion