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68 Blocks68 Blocks:Life, Death, Hope chronicles life yearlong project focusing on a Boston neighborhood often identified more with the violence that erupts with disconcerting regularity than with the people who live there.
getting-inGetting In is a long-term, on-going project examining the dizzying process of getting into a Boston Public School.

Multimediastandards.org is dedicated to improving the craft of online and multimedia journalism through the insights of industry leaders.

CityConcreteGardens.com informs people about food and sustainability issues in Miami-Dade County’s low-income and minority communities.

WestGrove2008.org is an award-winning website documenting the thoughts, reactions and interactions of people who live in west Coconut Grove, Miami’s oldest black community, on Election Day 2008.

live.specialolympics.org is one of the largest documentary web projects ever attempted. Its goal was to make sure every athlete competing in the 2008 Special Olympics World Winter Games got a chance to shine.
Unsung Heroes profiles five non-instructional employees of the Broward County School District. The secretary, security specialist, custodian, cafeteria manager and bus driver all play integral roles in students’ daily lives.
Miami’s Silent Struggle started as part of the Knight Center for International Media’s Global Cities Initiative, which is dedicated to bringing awareness to under-reported issues and uses the UN Millennium Development Goals as the framework to do so.

Greening the Grid is a multimedia project looking at alternative energy and building practices in the United States and the Czech Republic.
Grand Ave News is a hyper-local community news website started in 2009 with a grant from from J-Lab:The Institute for Interactive Journalism.

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