Over the past 10 years, the Pulitzer Center has supported 715 journalism projects with 571 publishing partners, resulting in more than 6,000 stories. See how the organization manages to support groundbreaking reporting projects around the world—including over a hundred projects last year that tackled topics mainstream news largely ignores, such as the challenges of female attorneys in Saudi Arabia and how the AIDS epidemic continues to destroy lives and communities in U.S. cities. Last year, the Center supported an entire issue of New York Times Magazine, which focused on one story called “Fractured Lands,” a manifestation of 18 months of reporting into why and how the Arab world collapsed.Read more
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