In the waning hours of 2019, you have the power to make a difference by sending a gift to the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism — an independent nonprofit organization guided by three values: Protect the vulnerable. Expose wrongdoing. Explore solutions.
This sort of photojournalism is critical to the work we do at Wisconsin Watch, but it’s expensive to produce. Without the investment in equipment, software, travel, and training, Wisconsin Watch couldn’t provide such in-depth, intimate glimpses into our subjects’ lives.
Residents of low-income Milwaukee neighborhoods will be asked what they wish a journalist would investigate — and three nonprofit newsrooms will team up to dig into issues that residents want to know more about. Those reports will be sent to residents’ phones via text messaging.