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The Monterey Bay Justice Project is a proud member of the Journalism Justice Network. Check out the work of the other JJN members.

  • Missed Moments, New Memories

    The Medill Justice Project continues its coverage of Jenni Del Prete, a woman who was wrongfully convicted and spent nearly a decade in prison for the death of her infant child. In this story Del Prete works to rebuild a bond with her daughter.

  • Washington Post publishes investigation done in partnership with the Medill Justice Project

    Northwestern University's Medill Justice Project in collaboration with the Washington Post produced an in depth report on the D.C. Housing Department. To read the full story visit the Post's website.

  • The Justice Gap: Network of Journalists Launched to Investigate Miscarriages of Justice

    The Justice Gap, a U.K. online magazine covering issues related to the law and justice, published a story about the Journalism Justice Network that highlights the work journalists who investigate potentially wrongful convictions can do.

  • University of Washington Tacoma: Justice Project Wins National Award

    University of Washington Tacoma writes about student journalists from the UWT Justice Project who were recognized with a national award by the Society of Professional Journalists.