MindSite News is proud to partner with other news organizations to co-publish stories and is also pleased to republish stories produced by other news organizations, including digital news sites, newspapers, magazines and radio stations. The Solutions Journalism Network has been a valuable partner in helping us distribute our stories. 

We encourage other news organizations and publications to reuse our content for free. We share all stories and photographs produced by MindSite News staff and contributors under a Creative Commons license. You can find more information about republishing MindSite News stories here.

Here is a list of our news organizations that have partnered with us to co-publish stories: 

USA TODAY: USA TODAY is a news and information media company with seven million daily readers that includes multiple platforms, including a print and digital newspaper, as well as social and video platforms. Founded in 1982, USA TODAY’s stated mission “is to serve as a forum for better understanding and unity to help make the USA truly one nation.”

WBEZ: WBEZ, 91.5 fm, is Chicago’s NPR news station, one of the largest public media stations in the country.

Block Club Chicago: Block Club Chicago is a nonprofit news organization dedicated to delivering reliable, nonpartisan and essential coverage of Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods.

Solutions Journalism Network: This non-profit organization works “to transform journalism so that all people have access to news that helps them envision and build a more equitable and sustainable world.” Its story-sharing network includes 500 publications and 20,000 journalists. It was co-founded by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tina Rosenberg, who is chair of the MindSite News editorial advisory board.

Bridge Michigan: A publication of the Center for Michigan, Bridge Michigan is Michigan’s largest nonprofit news service and one of the nation’s leading and largest nonprofit civic news providers. The news service covers the entire Great Lakes state, from the Copper Country to Downriver, and has 100,000 email subscribers.

Facing South: Facing South is the online magazine of the Institute for Southern Studies, and features investigative reporting and in-depth analysis of trends across the South. Facing South’s website notes that it “has earned a national reputation for exposing abuses of power, holding powerful interests accountable, and elevating the voices of everyday people working for change in the South.”

YouthCast Media Group. Youthcast Media Group (YMG) trains high school students from under-resourced communities to report, write and broadcast stories that highlight solutions to the health, wealth and social disparities where they live. Ninety-five percent of its participants are Black or Latino.

KQED. KQED “provides public radio, television, and independent reporting on issues that matter to the Bay Area.” It’s the NPR and PBS member station for Northern California.

Prison Journalism Project. Prison Journalism Project trains incarcerated writers to be journalists and publishes their stories. In the process, PJP works to empower a marginalized community to be a vital voice in criminal justice reform.


Nonprofit news organizations and others that have published our stories or allowed us to republish theirs include California Healthline, the California Health Care Foundation blog, CalMattersCapital & Main, The Conversation, Documented, Kaiser Health News, New York Focus, Next City, Safer Cities, The Seattle Times, The City, WITFThe Appeal, The74, Yahoo News, and Zócalo Public Square.