Via The Institute for Southern Studies:
“The Julian Bond Fellowship program is a new initiative to promote emerging voices in Southern media and support early-career journalists and researchers seeking innovative approaches to promoting equity and democracy in the South.
The Julian Bond Fellowship is a nine-month, full-time residential position for public interest journalists or researchers based at the Institute’s offices in Durham, North Carolina. Fellows will be provided office space, a $5,000 monthly stipend, and additional resources for training, conferences and research expenses.
During their time at the Institute, fellows will write regularly for the Institute’s online magazine, Facing South. Fellows will also have the opportunity to conduct and publish in-depth writing and research projects, such as investigative stories or policy reports, in areas of mutual interest to the Fellow and the Institute. Fellows will join the Institute’s dynamic, multi-racial team of journalists, researchers and nonprofit leaders, and have the opportunity to engage with the Institute’s network of change-makers across the South and country.”
DEADLINE: August 19.