Allies in Engagement
News organizations use Hearken to meaningfully engage the public as stories develop from pitch through publication. Their unique model, called public-powered journalism, is the brain child of founder and media wiseperson, Jenn Brandel.
The Coral Project brings journalists and the communities they serve closer together in order to raise public trust in journalism. They fulfill this mission through open-source tools and practices for newsrooms of all sizes.
Renaissance Journalism creates and launches strategic initiatives that support journalists and their news organizations to produce ambitious, in-depth and compelling stories that reveal and illuminate social injustice and inequity.
Suppers are where we can come together over one of humanity’s most ancient rituals. A place where we can share meaningful stories, good food, and a sense of community. A place where we can build understanding and trust.
Better Angels brings politically opposite participants into workshops for moderated activities and discussions that clarify disagreements, reduce stereotyped thinking, and begin building the relationships needed to find common ground.
Gather is a project + platform to support community-minded journalists and other engagement professionals. The mission: make journalism more responsive to the public’s needs and more inclusive of the public’s voices and diversity.
A political podcast hosted by women from both sides of the aisle who refuse to see each other as the enemy.
Living Room Conversations are a conversational bridge across issues that divide and separate us. They provide an easy structure for engaging in friendly yet meaningful conversation with those with whom we may not agree.