The “Bringing Home the World Program: International Reporting Fellowship for Minority Journalists” is run by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ). It has supported 89 journalists from around the United States to report on everything from immigration to women’s health from 2011 to 2017. Thirteen of these journalists were part of the “Social Justice Reporting for a Global America Program” in 2013 and 2014. Altogether over 176 stories have been published. This map depicts where the fellows traveled and features their published work.
The fellowships are funded by the Ford Foundation, Scripps Howard Foundation, and Brooks and Joan Fortune Family Foundation. It has also received support from United Airlines and the Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation.
Mariano Castillo covers issues involving Dominicans of Haitian descent and Haitian immigrants.
Mark Curnutte covers issues involving exploited workers in Haiti.
Meghan Dhaliwal covers bans on cattle slaughter and consumption in India.
Kendra Pierre-Louis covers climate change induced disasters in India.
Zachary Pincus-Roth covers social justice issues in India.
Liz Jones covers the tech sector in India and Seattle.
Shaminder Dulai covers immigration issues in India.
Dana Liebelson covers the cotton industry in India.
Aine Pennello covers issues in Syria and Israel.
Zachary Goelman covers Bedouin citizens in Israel.
Erin Ailworth covers environment and technology related issues in Israel.
Valeria Fernández covers immigration in Mexico.
Nadia Tamez-Robledo covers immigration in Mexico.
Serena Maria Daniels covers free trade in Mexico and Michigan.
Victoria Macchi covers immigration in Mexico.
Julian Resendiz covers Indian communities in Mexico.
Isabel Morales covers immigration in Mexico and Central America.
Franco Ordoñez covers immigration in Mexico.
Dominique Bonessi covers Syrian refugees in Turkey.
Jorge Valencia covers medical issues in Turkey and Syria.
Shuka Kalantari covers sexual minorities as refugees in Turkey and Canada.