Global Nation Reporting Fund
In 2016, over 200 members of the Global Nation community created a $16,000 fund to bring 50 new voices to PRI.
This fund has been a catalyst to bring more stories from more voices into Global Nation, award-winning coverage of immigration and diversity in the US from PRI and PRI’s The World.
And it’s working!
Since we launched in May 2016, we have featured brought over 50 new, diverse writers and reporters into public media. Among them are:
Your support has brought forward personal stories, in-depth reporting and unique perspectives. And we want to keep it going!
Please help us replenish the fund so we can continue to raise the profile of writers and reporters whose stories and voices need to be seen and heard more on public media.
For every $300 we raise, PRI can showcase one story from a new contributor.
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A crisis is building at the US-Mexico border as thousands of Haitians make their way there from Brazil, migrating as the South American country's economy tanks.
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A Pew study says that 20 percent of Americans who identify as Muslims are converts. With surges in hate crimes and negative media portrayals, here's what makes them faithful.
Valarie Kaur became an activist 15 years ago on 9/11. Today, her heart is breaking, but here’s how she finds hope.
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Protests over working conditions at a farm in Washington state have been going on for three years. This year, though, workers are meeting with the growers to talk about a union contract.
Even short-term stays in immigration detention can be harmful to children, say mental health experts. So why does the US government still hold young asylum-seekers?
Melania Trump says her husband’s position is not against immigrants, just "illegal immigrants." For Sheena Koshy, life, and certainly the immigration system, isn’t that simple.
As the Marshall Islands face the threat of rising sea levels, some 2,000 Marshallese American students in Arkansas are feeling a different kind of pressure.