Keen on breezy news? You’ve come to the right place. Breezy News is an independent, nonprofit, student-run publication that provides a voice to people who are often left out of mainstream media coverage. We publish stories from underrepresented communities and promote activism in our readership. Our goal is to empower our audience by providing diverse perspectives on issues that affect their daily lives – such as women’s rights or environmental justice

Breezy News is an independent, nonprofit, student-run publication that provides a voice to people who are often left out of mainstream media coverage. We publish stories from underrepresented communities and promote activism in our readership. Our goal is to empower our audience by providing diverse perspectives on issues that affect their daily lives – such as women’s rights or environmental justice

Breezy News is committed to the highest standards of journalistic integrity: accuracy, fairness and transparency

Pitch (500 words): Breezy News strives for diversity both in content and contributors while maintaining high standards of journalistic integrity. Founded at UC Berkeley with the mission “to amplify marginalized voices” we have been publishing articles since April 2016 with 100% volunteer editorial staff working remotely across the United States and Canada.

Breezy News strives for diversity both in content and contributors while maintaining high standards of journalistic integrity. Founded at UC Berkeley with the mission “to amplify marginalized voices” we have been publishing articles since April 2016 with 100% volunteer editorial staff working remotely across the United States and Canada

– Breezy News is committed to the highest standards of journalistic integrity: accuracy, fairness and transparency

We publish stories from underrepresented communities and promote activism in our readership. Our goal is to empower our audience by providing diverse perspectives on issues that affect their daily lives – such as women’s rights or environmental justice

In an effort to change a narrative about lower income neighborhoods being “less than desirable,” we have started to focus our reporting on these areas.

In order to avoid the “echo chamber” that is journalism, Breezy News is dedicated to publishing a diverse range of perspectives and stories from around the world

Breezy News strives for journalistic integrity by providing accurate information in an unbiased way. Founded at UC Berkeley with the mission “to amplify marginalized voices” we have been publishing articles since April 2016 with 100% volunteer editorial staff working remotely across the United States and Canada. Now, four months after launching, Breezy News has published over 60 pieces covering topics such as police brutality against black communities or income inequality via interviews with experts like sociologist Amanda Lewis or law professor Bryan Stevenson. We are committed to covering a range of perspectives and stories from around the world, especially those that are not being given adequate media coverage.

In the past, we have published a variety of stories ranging from Black Lives Matter to Trump’s border wall. We know how important it is for people to be able to get all perspectives on what has been happening in our country and around the world so we have created this page with links that will take you through some of our pieces. If there isn’t something here about your specific interests please let us know at breezynews@gmail.com and one of our writers may tackle the story!

Breezy News Mission Statement: “to amplify marginalized voices”. Founded by UC Berkeley students before launching as an independent publication four months ago, Breezy News publishes articles written by volunteers covering topics like art, feminism, and environmentalism

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