Trust the Press' mission is to support the future of bonafide journalism.
By getting the official "Trust the Press" t-shirt, you're not only announcing your support for a diligent free press, you're backing the critical work invaluable organizations do every day to painstakingly unearth the most relevant stories, courageously report the truth, and express a diversity of perspectives.
Funds raised from the sale of this shirt benefit National Public Radio (NPR), ProPublica, The Nieman Foundation, Columbia Journalism Review, the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and Retro Report.
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Every shirt sold benefits 6 invaluable organizations:
- National Public Radio (NPR) is a nonprofit media organization that produces and distributes news and cultural programming and serves as a national syndicator to a network of 900 public radio stations in the US.
- ProPublica is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism with the mission "to expose abuses of power and betrayals of the public trust by government, business, and other institutions."
- The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard educates leaders in journalism and elevates the standards of the profession through its fellowships, programming and publications for journalists wordwide.
- The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), a noncommercial, nonprofit American public broadcaster, and its member stations are America's largest classroom, the nation's largest stage for the arts and a trusted window to the world.
- Retro Report is a nonprofit news organization that produces mini documentaries looking back on the biggest stories from the past to see how they affect today's news. The organization describes itself as a counterweight to the 24-hour news cycle.
- Columbia Journalism Review is the most respected voice on press criticism. Through its fast-turn analysis and deep reporting, it shapes the ideas that make media leaders and journalists smarter about their work.