We’ve often wondered what happens with the investigations featured on the podcast. So, we decided to check in with three newsrooms featured on previous episodes and find out. Brian Rosenthal will share the impact of his Houston Chronicle investigation into Texas special education. Journalists at Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting share an exciting discovery about the identity of Mountain Jane Doe. And the Associated Press reporters behind the 2015 investigation “Seafood from Slaves” take us through their latest investigation.
Looking for links to the stories and resources we discussed on this week’s podcast? We’ve collected them for you.
- Original episode: “Not So Special Education,” featuring Brian Rosenthal.
- Read the Houston Chronicle’s investigation and continued coverage on special education in Texas: “Denied.”
- Original episode: “The Forgotten Dead,” featuring G.W. Schulz of Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.
- Explore Reveal’s work on the missing and unidentified dead: “Left for Dead.”
- Original episode: “The Story that Freed Hundreds of Slaves,” featuring Martha Mendoza, Margie Mason and Robin McDowell of the Associated Press.
- See the Associated Press’s initial Seafood from Slaves investigation here and its ongoing coverage of the issue here.
- Read the AP’s new investigation here.
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Abby Ivory-Ganja reported this episode. Tessa Weinberg is our host. IRE Editorial Director Sarah Hutchins edits the podcast. We are recorded in the studios of KBIA at the University of Missouri. Special thanks to KERA in Dallas for use of their studio.