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Journalism Resources and Websites:
www.poynter.org – the Poynter Institute
www.sreetips.com – Resources and links to use the web wisely
www.workingfilms.org – social change films and resources
www.itvs.org - ITVS programming reflects voices of underrepresented communities
www.ire.org - Investigative Reporters and Editors
www.unityjournalists.org - reporting and resources focuses on minority issues
www.spj.org – society professional journalists
www.freedomforum.org - nonpartisan foundation dedicated to free press, free speech
www.newslink.org – research links to media and government www.assignmenteditor.com
www.cjr.org/tools - Columbia Journalism Review
www.journalism.org - Project for Excellence in Journalism
www.journaliststoolbox.com - Journalists' Toolbox - list of links organized by topic.
www.people-press.org - Pew Center for People and the Press: Public opinion research
www.powerreporting.com Links to beat sources for journalists
www.reporter.org - Resources for journalists, including specific beat-related links.
www.workingeporter.com A resource for journalists, with news, media criticism, links