November 26, 2012 -
The producer of a lighthearted documentary film about a Houma Indian Christmas tradition hopes it will draw attention to the Louisiana tribe's struggle for federal recognition, which has become especially critical in the aftermath of the BP disaster.
October 3, 2012 -
Are you a blogger, reporter or otherwise involved in media? Do you want to cover the big stories in the upcoming elections about voting rights and money in politics? Then come to the Institute's media training in North Carolina this weekend.
June 14, 2012 -
This week, two producers at Alabama Public Television were fired after refusing to air a conservative evangelical TV series on U.S. history. The firings come amidst broader attacks on the budgets -- and political independence -- of public media across the South and country.
January 12, 2012 -
Inspired by Wikileaks, Honest Appalachia wants to help the region's whistleblowers expose government and corporate corruption and misconduct -- and to encourage similar efforts elsewhere.
December 21, 2011 -
We're in the final hours of the Facing South holiday fundraiser -- and just $1,897 $1,147 $872 $722 $372 $0 to go before our midnight deadline. Help us get the job done with a donation today!
August 30, 2011 -
Stetson Kennedy passed away on Saturday, Aug. 27. He was 94 years old. Stetson died peacefully in the presence of his beloved wife, Sandra Parks, at Baptist Medical Center South in St.
August 12, 2011 -
By Joe Atkins, Labor South
H.L. Mencken, the "sage of Baltimore" and old-school curmudgeon of journalism, once had this to say about journalistic objectivity: "I've been a reporter for many years, and I can tell you that no reporter worth a hoot ever wrote a purely objective story."