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How Safe Is Your Food?

Webreport, 2011

Foodborne illness strikes tens of millions of Americans each year. Investigation on the nation’s food safety system.
Farm to Fork: how typical foods can be contaminated by dangerous pathogens from the farm to your plate.

NEWS21 - REPORTING ON A CHANGING AMERICA

Webreport, 2011

Revitalizing Journalism Education. News21 is a program of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to foster in-depth, interactive and innovative investigative journalism at journalism schools across the country. The program gathers 12 journalism faculties. The website contains various projects.

BRAVE OLD WORLD

Webreport, 2010

The demographic projections are startling: in 40 years, the number of Americans past 65 will have doubled. What’s it like to grow old? How will communities and the nation adapt? A report on how older Americans age, how they grapple with the physical and emotional changes that accompany longer lives, and what lies ahead for us all.

UC BERKELEY'S BEHIND BARS

Webreport, 2010

<<We spent the summer in and out of prison. For 10 weeks, we talked to inmates, their families and the officials who are tied to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Why? Because California has the largest prison population in the country, with nearly 170,000 prisoners, and 70 percent of parolees who return to prison every year. We are 14 journalists from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, University of Nebraska and City University London. Based in Berkeley, we followed our curiosity and reported on the stories that best portray the cycle of prison.>>

CHESAPEAKE: BAY ON THE BRINK

Webreport, 2010

What will be the fate of the Chesapeake Bay? Will this majestic estuary survive as a flourishing body of water, or become a shadow of what it once was?

 
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