Uncommon Journalism is a 100 percent independent, not-for-profit journalistic platform dedicated to unbiased, in-depth coverage of sociocultural issues - big and small - in the United States and abroad.
The goal of the site is to provide readers high quality, professional journalism that not only tackles issues impartially, but zeroes in on subjects corporate media tends to underreport or ignore altogether. While other publications pump out content designed to placate advertisers and other financiers, Uncommon Journalism has no agenda other than a strong desire to shine a spotlight on the social, political and economic concerns that shape our readers' lives.
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