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The Seattle PostGlobe was a nonprofit online news organization that focused on journalism about social justice.
The site’s staff worked primarily as volunteers, though the site was funded largely by donations. It received no money from grants and little money from advertising. The site also included stories from readers.
The Poynter Institute is a nonprofit journalism education and training center in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Poynter Institute was founded in 1975 as the Modern Media Institute; its name was changed to the Poynter Institute in 1984. Poynter has owned the Tampa Bay Times, Florida’s largest newspaper, since 1978, when its founder, Nelson Poynter, willed…