They work to uncover and uplift local community news and stories that are rarely, if ever, covered by existing media outlets.
Are you looking for information about what goes on behind closed doors in the halls of power? Would you like more context explaining how things operate here in Delaware? Do you want to find out about those who exercise political and administrative power in our state? Do you want to learn how you can be involved in influencing those leaders or becoming one yourself?
The Delaware Call is an independent media project operating in partnership and as a fiscal agent of Network Delaware, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
They strive to bring you stories from activists, organizers, and regular people engaging in the struggle for justice and democracy. They also highlight ways the everyday working person can get involved in issues that impact them and their families. They focus on analyzing issues through an economic and racial justice lens.
They believe when we all have access to information and analysis, we can continue to improve our state.
Whether you are new to writing or an experienced journalist, there is a way for you to get involved! Click the button below to let us know you're interested and we can setup a time to talk more.
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The People’s Congress is a “legislative training ground” for those who wish to improve their understanding of how our state and local government works through both a hands-on simulation of being an elected official and creating a “People’s Platform” at the completion of the simulation to serve as a foundation for political advocacy.Visit Page
The Community Policy Initiative (CPI) is an independent, nonpartisan public policy support organization that engages in comprehensive research to educate, propose, and support Delaware-focused legislation and policy. We focus on analyzing issues through an economic and racial justice lens. We believe when we uplift key ideas and opportunities, we can continue to improve our state.Visit Page