Ethics Group Gives Investigative Reporting Center Grant

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Oklahoma City-based Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation gave the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting a $100,000 grant, The Guardian’s Roy Greenslade reported Sept 14.

As Editor and Publisher reported, the grant will “help launch” the FCIR.  And the Ethics and Excellence “provided startup funding for several investigative nonprofits nationwide, including the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and InvestigateWest in Seattle, Wash.”  FCIR intends to begin publishing stories “later this year.”

The FCIR, a member of the nonprofit and nonpartisan investigative news coalition Investigative News Network,  calls itself “the first nonprofit, digital and bilingual investigative journalism organization working to expose corruption, waste and miscarriages of justice.” It is based at and partnered with the International Media Center, “an independent nonprofit located at Florida International University in Miami that advances journalism in Latin American communities, including Florida and Cuba.”


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