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Please keep in mind that this is an educational site that we want to keep it open across all countries. If your journalism material is either political or can hurt someone there are plenty of other places to post it, in this you have freedom of speech. This site is also used by k12 students. Any material that is violent, condemning of any country, religion, lifestyle or race that we deemed inappropriate for young hearts will reserve the right to delete that material. deleted. 

This site is also used by k12 students. Any material that is violent, condemning of any country, religion, lifestyle or race that we deemed inappropriate for young hearts we reserve the right to delete that material. This does not imply that the skills you have learned here should not be used for in-depth investigative journalism, you can practice and demonstrate your skills here with a more peaceful material. There are many other places for your to deal with social injustice on the web.

This does not imply that the skills you have learned here should not be used for in-depth investigative journalism, we encourage that behavior and the web provide many avenues for that expression. This being said we want to keep this free training accessible for k-12 classrooms and open to function in a political environment. Please honor that mission.

2017 Journal Course Availability

These courses are currently under construction and we look for a launch by July 4th, 2017.

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Credit Jeff Mohammed 

Here is a great sample from site member Taha Sharif.

Another wonder example of media storytelling by I am Africa member Jeff Mohammed

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