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Normalizing Mental Illness: One Mom's Hope

Modesto Bee/CHCF Center for Health Reporting

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Produced by: Lauren M. Whaley

Joyce Plis directs the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Modesto, California. She's a hero to sick people who have nowhere else to turn. Her son Eric, 46, has schizophrenia. Photography, audio and production by Lauren M. Whaley/CHCF Center for Health Reporting. More…


Small Dreams: Mental Illness and Primary Care

Modesto Bee/CHCF Center for Health Reporting

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Produced by: Lauren M. Whaley

Matt Freitas, nurse practitioner, treats people with mental illness, including his daughter, who has schizophrenia. The number of patients seeking treatment for mental illness has tripled over the past three years, Freitas says. Photography, audio and production by Lauren M. Whaley, CHCF Center for Health Reporting. More…


Pourquoi t’y crois ?

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Produced by: Juste un peu flou

The 2012 french president's election from the side of political activists. More…


THE KARATE KID

Jose F. Moreno/Courier-Post

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Produced by: Shot and Produced by Jose F. Moreno/Courier-Post Gannett

David Hyman Kun Gek Do head instructor at age 13. More…


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Shot and Produced by Jose F. Moreno/Courier-Post Gannett

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Produced by: Jose F. Moreno

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Reframing Mexico

UNC-Chapel Hill

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Produced by: Patrick Davison, Miguel Najera, Steven King, Don Desloge, Chris Carmichael, UNC & Tec students

"Reframing Mexico" looks at the Mexico City beyond the violent headlines. The site features 12 short video documentaries and multiple interactive features. Topics include a single mother raising children in a large metro dump, a carpenter whose illegal immigration to the US ended when the American dream eluded him, a disabled father overcoming stigma and discrimination, and others. Interactive features include a border crossing game, a "build your own wrestler" feature, and more. This project is a collaboration between UNC Photojournalism and Monterrey Tec. More…


Reframing Mexico

UNC Photojournalism and Monterrey Tec

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Produced by: Patrick Davison, Miguel Najera, Steven King, Don Desloge, Chris Carmichael, UNC & Tec students

"Reframing Mexico" looks at the Mexico City beyond the violent headlines. The site features 12 short video documentaries and multiple interactive features. Topics include a single mother raising children in a large metro dump, a carpenter whose illegal immigration to the US ended when the American dream eluded him, a disabled father overcoming stigma and discrimination, and others. Interactive features include a border crossing game, a "build your own wrestler" feature, and more. This project is a collaboration between UNC Photojournalism and Monterrey Tec. More…


The Dragon Children

SBS

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Produced by: SBS Online

Chinese-Australian students have come under increasing scrutiny, raising debate about the role of culture, coaching colleges and notions of childhood in an increasingly competitive school environment. Are Chinese parents too pushy, their focus too narrow and the children too obedient? Or are there lessons to be learnt from Chinese students to ensure everyone shares in the success? More…


Goa Hippy Tribe

SBS

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Produced by: SBS Online, Freehand, Screen NSW, Screen Australia

Goa Hippy Tribe is an interactive documentary that tells the story of the original Goan hippies, led by the inimitable Eight-Finger Eddie, who first met in the early 70s and re-connected on Facebook to re-unite in 2010. An immersive online trip, the project features interviews shot by director Darius Devas as well as material contributed by Facebook users as part of an initial, groundbreaking social media phase. More…


Unsung New Yorkers

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

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This project presents a collective portrait of workers who keep New York City running. Their stories unfold in a series of multimedia profiles produced by students at the Columbia Journalism School. More…