Knight Arts Challenge Detroit is uncovering big ideas to help build community. Apply through April 13 for a chance to share in $3 million.
The Knight News Challenge on Elections closed March 20 with more than 1,000 entries. Visit newschallenge.org to see the submissions and join the conversation on how to better inform voters and increase civic participation.
With $11 million in support from Knight and the William Penn Foundation, organizations in Philadelphia will reimagine public space while learning and sharing how collaborating on complementary projects can strengthen the city.
Open Humans, a Knight News Challenge: Health winner, gives individuals greater access and control over their personal health data to help advance medical discoveries.
In compiling a recent report, Pew Research found that little local news is being shared on Twitter—and what’s there may differ from what local media is covering.
Bridge Magazine examines Detroit’s recovery with compelling storytelling that includes an interactive map charting the city’s progress in overcoming blight.
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Our goal at Knight Foundation is to preserve the best aspects of journalism and use innovation to expand the impact of information in the digital age.
Knight invests in civic innovators who help cities attract and keep talented people, expand economic opportunity and create a culture of engagement.
We seek to weave the arts into the fabric of communities to engage and inspire the people living in them.