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Maya Miller
Engagement Reporter Local Reporting Network || (journalistically) raised in Wisconsin, Chicago and
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Alexis Okeowo Nov 23
most rural black americans live in the black belt, which is in an environmental crisis unheard of in the developed world. bernie sanders put one resident in a campaign video. but then -- my story:
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Maya Miller Nov 19
“Some began to work when they were just 13 or 14, packing the candy you find by the supermarket register, cutting the slabs of raw meat that end up in your freezer and baking, in industrial ovens, the pastries you eat with your coffee.” Beautifully reported & told. Read this⬇️
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Ginny Monk Nov 16
And here's a few key points from my story today on rental assistance in Arkansas:
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Ken Schwencke Nov 16
Here's what the change in direction for COVID infections across the country looks like in the last month. We're still cranking up the roller coaster, and new infections per capita are sky-high.
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Maya Miller Nov 16
Replying to @Alexand37046299
Hi, I'm a reporter with the nonprofit investigative news orgnization ProPublica, feel free to email me at maya.miller@propublica.org if you'd like to chat.
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Maya Miller Nov 13
"The best way to help our medical workers isn’t to stand at our windows at 7 p.m. cheering or to give them thank-you water bottles. It’s to stay out of their ERs and ICUs by keeping ourselves and our neighbors safe." Another must read via :
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Beena Raghavendran Nov 12
A cool thing happened tonight. An honor to be part of this team with our fearless leader . As she said in her speech, *endless* gratitude to the Black women who shared their experiences with Wendi and our team. THANK YOU for trusting us. ❤️
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Haru Coryne Nov 12
How did a bustling commercial strip in a Black Chicago neighborhood lose most of its businesses and buildings? It wasn’t an accident. On the left is what Madison Street looked like in the early 1970s. On the right is what it looks like today. (thread.)
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Ryan Gabrielson Nov 8
The hardest part of the pandemic is right in front of us. Reliable information from the frontlines is more vital than ever. Help gather the facts.
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Amy Silverman Nov 6
The latest in my collaboration with and -- including plain language translation by and audio recording by
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Maya Miller Nov 5
Replying to @mayatmiller
8/ Working with the amazing team ⬆️ has been eye-opening. Here's to hoping that journalism as a whole does more to collaborate with communities & make content more accessible. Check out the series here:
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Maya Miller Nov 5
Replying to @mayatmiller
7/ For the next set of stories, we're continuing efforts to create spaces where people can share their experiences with us. You can help us by sharing this callout with any Arizonans you know:
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Maya Miller Nov 5
Replying to @mayatmiller
6/ The people who have, or have tried to, navigate the state's services were integral in shaping the first set of stories. This journalism is, after all, about *and for* these communities.
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Maya Miller Nov 5
5/ Reporting, producing and translating the work to make it as accessible as can be is just the beginning. , and I will now work to disseminate the stories across communities all over the state so we truly reach people where they are. This is key:
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Maya Miller Nov 5
Replying to @mamtapopat
4/ Shoshana Gordon worked with artists with disabilities to produce powerful artwork that tells its own narrative throughout each piece. Each photograph, taken by , is described in detail so readers with visual disabilities can still consume the visual content.
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Maya Miller Nov 5
Replying to @thebeenster
3/ (a true 👑) poetically read each story aloud, and those recordings are embedded in each piece. Each story was also translated into Spanish. Then, there's the visual side of things...
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Maya Miller Nov 5
Replying to @BeccaMonteleone
2/ translated each story into plain language so more people can understand the content. This translation is geared toward the ~6.5 million people across the country with intellectual disabilities. (Learn more about plain language: )
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Maya Miller Nov 5
1/ Today, published the first of a series of revelatory stories on how Arizona - a supposed nationwide leader in providing disability services - is failing its residents. Not only are these stories beautifully reported and told. They are also truly accessible:
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ProPublica Nov 3
It's Follow our team all day and into the evening as Americans decide the country's future. If you experience or witness any problems at the polls, let us know about it:
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Maya Miller Nov 2
Under vague housing laws, one of the biggest factors in how evictions play out? The district judge. found this in PA (🌟 story below), and , & I found this to be true in Arkansas. For renters, the consequences are profound:
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