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Phil Trexler Joins The Marshall Project as New Cleveland Editor-in-Chief
Trexler comes to The Marshall Project - Cleveland with broadcast, digital and print journalism experience.
Life Inside, Animated
An animated series featuring the stories of those whose lives have intersected with the criminal justice system.
The Marshall Project Wins Prestigious National Magazine Award From American Society of Magazine Editors
Award-winning newsroom won two categories at the 58th annual National Magazine Awards.
WBUR and The Marshall Project Release New Podcast “Violation” on the Case of Jacob Wideman
A new podcast from WBUR, Boston’s NPR, and The Marshall Project explores America’s opaque parole system through a 1986 murder.
The Marshall Project Partners with VICE World News to Launch New Criminal Justice TV Series
Inside Story brings news, interviews and profiles into U.S. prisons and jails.
The Marshall Project Announces Cleveland Local News Team
A roster of award-winning journalists will produce investigative, data and engagement journalism to serve the people of Cuyahoga County, including those affected by its criminal justice system.
The Marshall Project Wins Two Sigma Awards for Data Journalism
The Sigma Awards honor our work as some of the best data-driven projects from around the globe
Ebony Reed Joins The Marshall Project as Chief Strategy Officer
New role will help drive expansion of local and regional news teams
Neil Barsky’s Farewell to The Marshall Project
Our founder and board chair’s letter on criminal justice reform and the nonprofit journalism sector
The Marshall Project Founder Neil Barsky to Step Down as Board Chair
Liz Simons announced as next chair for Pulitzer Prize-winning nonprofit newsroom covering criminal justice.
The Marshall Project Expands, Adding to Audience Development and Product
Heather Ciras will focus on growth of the organization’s readership; Ryan Murphy joins as a developer
How I Convinced My Incarcerated Peers to Make Language a Priority
Rahsaan Thomas, an imprisoned journalist, has long fought to change the way outside media describe people in prison. One of his toughest crowds? His fellow reporters.
The Language Project
Rethinking the words journalists use to talk about people who are currently or previously incarcerated.
What Words We Use — and Avoid — When Covering People and Incarceration
Journalism is a discipline of clarity. That’s why we’ve solidified our policy about how we talk about people who are currently in or have previously been in prison and jail.
The Marshall Project Wins A National Magazine Award
Honored with an “Ellie” for “General Excellence”.
The Marshall Project Launches Klaxon
Open-source reporting tool enables reporters to monitor websites for breaking news
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