Hope Kahn Program and Operations Assistant
  • Washington, D.c.
  • National Press Foundation

Hope Kahn is the Program and Operations Assistant at the National Press Foundation, where she helps with fellowship and event logistics, content creation/social media and development/fundraising. She is passionate about helping sustain journalists and the organizations that house them.

10 Articles
10 months ago
nationalpress.org

How to Write Narrative Journalism and Profiles

Writing is hard. Washington Post feature writer Dan Zak told Paul Miller journalists to approach it like solving a pu...

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10 months ago
nationalpress.org

Solutions Journalism Approach to Democracy

Jaisal Noor of the Solutions Journalism Network shares advice for covering politics in a way that will get a stronger...

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10 months ago
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Trump’s Family Separation Policy: Telling Difficult Stories

An 18-month investigation by The Atlantic’s Caitlin Dickerson exposed the Trump administration’s family separation po...

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10 months ago
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How to Cover Bank Failures

Two U.S. banks failed in March 2023. AP reporter Fatima Hussein shares her tips on covering the 2023 global banking c...

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10 months ago
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Is America at Risk of a Civil War?

Jan. 6 response was key to whether the United States would move closer or further from civil war, Barbara F. Walter s...

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almost 3 years ago
baltimoresun.com

Candace C.W. Antwine, Anne Arundel school board member, was ‘all about the students’

When Candace C.W. Antwine decided to run for the board of education in 2018, she enlisted her son, Joey, as her campa...

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almost 3 years ago
baltimoresun.com

After an Annapolis man was arrested in the shooting of a Naval Academy mom, what happens to the $...

After the shooting of a Naval Academy mom visiting Annapolis on June 29, the community and officials rallied together...

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almost 3 years ago
capitalgazette.com

15-year-old found dead in Curtis Bay home was a magnet student who was ‘always so nice to everybody’

The 15-year-old boy who was found dead in a Baltimore police officer’s Curtis Bay home Tuesday was “always so nice to...

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almost 3 years ago
capitalgazette.com

Trucks, floats and even a goat: Annapolis parade returns to celebrate July Fourth

With the sound of a bell ringing, the parade took off with the United States Naval Academy Band, followed by a group ...

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almost 3 years ago
capitalgazette.com

Over $1.8 million awarded to 52 Anne Arundel nonprofits, a 179% funding increase of community gra...

The Community Support Grant Program has announced a 179% funding increase compared to last year, ultimately aiding 26...

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