Rachel Glickhouse is the partner manager for the Documenting Hate project at ProPublica, where she has worked since February 2017. She built the project's partner coalition and runs the day-to-day of the project, working with journalists to get them tips, records and resources to report stories. She previously worked at Univision, Medium and Americas Society/Council of the Americas.
Documenting Hate is a collaborative, crowd-powered project launched by ProPublica in January 2017 to investigate hate crimes and bias incidents in the United States. More than 180 newsrooms are partners, as well as nearly 20 college newspapers and various journalism schools. To date, the project has collected more than 6,000 tips and journalists have produced more than 200 stories.
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