JULIAN BOND FELLOWSHIP: Supporting new voices for change

The Julian Bond Fellowship is a unique program to nurture a new generation of social change journalists and researchers in the South.

The fellowship is named for Julian Bond, the famed civil rights leader, journalist, and co-founder of the Institute for Southern Studies, a nonprofit media, research, and education center based in Durham, N.C.

The nine-month fellowship provides early-career journalists and researchers — especially people of color — with a $5,000 monthly stipend; the opportunity to publish regularly in Facing South, the Institute's online magazine; and resources for training, conferences, and research expenses.

You can support new voices for justice in the South by contributing to the Julian Bond Fellowship today.

For further questions about the fellowship, please contact Chris Kromm, Executive Director of the Institute, at chris@southernstudies.org or 919-419-8311.