To teach media law to bloggers and citizen journalists
To expand the Challenge Fund for Journalism, a program that teaches groups how to build their own organizations.
For a strategic alliance with Channel One to promote First Amendment and student media
To prototype Capitol Hound, a searchable audio archive and alert system for N.C. General Assembly sessions.
To provide standards-based after school programming for sixth and seventh grade students at Gibbes and Alcorn Middle Schools
To expand dance and movement classes to four preschools and add a part-time volunteer coordinator
To increase computer & Internet access for the citizens served by the nine member libraries in the Harrison County Library system by purchasing 77 additional laptops, 10 new desktops and software as well as upgrading to a faster, more secure network
To fund a minimum of 50 capacity building grants of no more than $5,000 each to subsidize training for public sector and nonprofit staff who are advancing the future of Detroit in the areas of economic growth, land use, city systems, planning and neighborhood development (the Detroit Future City elements).
To create a $50,000 New Works Award, for the next two years, that showcases new work of high artistic merit in the visual or performing arts in Miami
To promote an appreciation for theater by presenting one of GablesStage’s productions to local high schools and middle schools, with a study guide and post-performance discussion
To support "On the Media," a public radio program reporting on the world of journalism
To help journalists quickly verify the accuracy of online media–whether it’s a video, photo or a tweet through a digital tool–in deadline situations.