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The Jewish Week Investigative Journalism Fund seeks to tell the truth about the community, to the community, for the community. Established in 2012 to fill a gap in enterprise reporting, the fund commissions a range of articles on important local, national and international issues in Jewish life. We believe that accountability and transparency are at the roots of progress. An editorial committee of The Jewish Week board of directors and its editors reviews proposals, awards grants and commissions articles. The pieces are published in The Jewish Week’s print and online editions.

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Read some of the recent investigative reporting supported by The Investigative Journalism Fund:

Once Shrouded In Silence, Young Jews Are Demanding Openness About Mental Health Disorders (Part 1 of 3)

Jews Of Color Press For Acceptance (Part 1 of 2)

Despite Struggles, Jews of Color Optimistic (Part 2 of 2)

Don’t Know Much About History

Prime Battle Over Kosher Practices

BDS Money Trail Suggests Opaque Funding Network

Caught In The Middle In New Campus Wars

A Leap Of Faith Or A Step Too Far?

Nonprofits Still Seen Struggling Long After Recession

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