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As the Kincade fire raged on, a Cesar Chavez-inspired public affairs radio station kept farmworkers informed
(KBBF-FM, the station featured in this article, is supported by Internews through donations from individuals -
Humanitarian organization FilmAid International is poised to celebrate its 20th anniversary with a benefit event on Nov.
As the Kincade fire in Sonoma County, CA spreads, residents who speak Spanish and Maya have an urgent need for local, verified information in their own language. People need to know where the fire is moving, what the evacuation routes are, and where to find safe shelter, food and fuel.
NEW YORK CITY— Humanitarian organization FilmAid International is poised to celebrate its 20th anniversary with a benefit event honoring veteran film executive and Participant CEO David Linde with the 2019 Richard C.
The final lineup of WFN’s conference Leadership for a Changing World felt like a fireworks finale of feminist brilliance across philanthropy, art, business, and politics. Let’s take a look at these amazing blasts of thought and strategy leadership one at a time.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association in partnership with the 'Los Angeles Times' are hosting a week-long series called LA Press Freedom Week, consisting of talks focused on press freedom and measures needed to defend it.
Access Humboldt and Internews have completed the Information Ecosystem Assessment pilot project for Eureka!
Internews CEO Jeanne Bourgault will be speaking, with Christi Hegranes of Global Press,Â on a panel titled Whose Story Is It?
Climate change may be a hot topic at the moment, but it’s also one that leaves audiences prone to burnout.