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The Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, a publication for the Center for Sustainable Journalism at Kennesaw State University, is accepting pitches for reported pieces written in AP style for $1 a word. Email Katti Gray (kgray@csjournalism.org) with questions, clarifications or pitches. 

The Juvenile Justice Information Exchange is a national publication that covers juvenile justice and related issues including governmental policies and legislation, court rulings, educational trends, treatment, research, prevention programs and other factors that impact the quality of service delivered to the young people who need them most.

Gun violence prevention in the Deep South: 

We are seeking reporters and photojournalists for news articles and video stories on gun violence in the South, with preference given to pitches situated in Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.  

Writers should know AP Style. Writers and videographers must report rigorously and, if the pandemic does not flair again, on-the-ground. 

Juvenile Justice: 

We are seeking reporters and photojournalists in the New York City-area to write stories and produce videos or photo essays on any in the wide range of juvenile justice topics, preferably ones reflecting national or regional trends. 

Pay is $1 per word or $2,400 for a main news article and sidebar that, together, total 2,400 words; and $1,400 for video packages. 

Guest opinion essays:

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange accepts submissions for guest opinion essays on a rolling basis. Opinion pieces, which can include personal essays, are not paid:  https://jjie.org/editorial-guidelines-for-guest-opinion-essays/ 

 

Katti Gray

Health Journalist | Criminal Justice Journalist

Assistant Editor @ Juvenile Justice Information Exchange | Youth Today

Center for Sustainable Journalism

c: 917.757.4397

kgray@csjournalism.org 

To apply for this job please visit www.sustainablejournalism.org.

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