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Cleaning Up New Jersey’s Toxic Sites

Cleaning Up New Jersey’s Toxic Sites

Posted with permission from NJ News Commons By The Center for Investigative Reporting, the Rutgers Department of Journalism and Media Studies & The Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State What’s being done to clean up contamination across New Jersey? And how are residents being affected? Please join us for a discussion about the lingering […]


ProPublica and NJ Spark Host VICE News’s Jason Leopold

ProPublica and NJ Spark Host VICE News’s Jason Leopold

NJ Spark is proud to announce our first event held in partnership with ProPublica and sponsored by our partner, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. The idea to bring VICE News investigative reporter Jason Leopold, often referred to as a “Freedom of Information Act terrorist”, to New Jersey was born from an event held by the […]


Bringing Journalists And Residents to The Same Table

Bringing Journalists And Residents to The Same Table

The future of journalism lies not in building the right app, but in developing deep and meaningful connections between newsrooms and the communities they serve. With the business of journalism so unstable in an age of mergers and newsroom layoffs, there is widespread concern about how to pay for the kind of professional news reporting […]


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