If you’re a freelance photojournalist, sign up now to receive a reporting grant of $1,000 in the Eyewitness Photojournalism Grant, to bring to the general public historically underrepresented sectors/stories in the American press.
Seize this opportunity to report to the general public, underreported issues and stories held back by low funding and resources.
Combine photojournalism with journalism and collectively ensure that this moment in history is documented and reported by those with the greatest authority and capacity to understand them. Issues rooted in these areas will only be resolved when people know about them.
If you’re selected, you’ll be awarded the grant to create pictures and tell stories of pressing concerns within the US including police brutality, the impact of COVID-19, systemic racism, and others, with little to no travel required.
Application Deadline: July 19, 2020
To be eligible for this grant,
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The Eyewitness Photojournalism Grant is a product of a collaboration between the Pulitzer Center and Diversify Photo.
Diversify Photo is an organization of Black, Indigenous, and communities of color editors and non-western photographers, editors, and visual producers focused on doing work that breaks with unfavorable tradition to record the images of our time, report the news and make history.
This grant was conceived in response to the realization of the toll COVID-19 had taken and placed on Black, Indigenous, and communities of color.
In light of the current pandemic, the grant will prioritize and reel in stories told locally in the United States. These stories would reflect the systemic, underreported issues of our time, including police brutality, the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable communities, environmental racism, food insecurity, the opioid crisis, and beyond.
The grant is awarded to help photojournalists with expenses associated with reporting, including transportation, housing, food, and other vital services.
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