Resources: 10 Sites to Follow

A pretty useful list (with caveats, as always). It’s a good time to be sampling new sources of news that you want to have in your regular diet. Reading frequently and carefully is a great American traditional and, once again, an overt civic good.

Moyers: 10 Investigative Reporting Outlets to Follow

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I'm a civic engagement strategist working in Seattle and New York, helping organizations build communities and persuade audiences on issues of climate, democracy, and social justice.
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1 Response to Resources: 10 Sites to Follow

  1. cjlingle says:

    Personally, I think there are some issues with The Intercept, though they also produce some good work. Real Clear Investigations is new and, though their parent site Real Clear Politics is nominally neutral, I saw more than a little shading toward conservative news stories and sources during the 2016 campaign (but their data handling was useful and they did include something of a range of content).


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