Pro Bono.

Independent.

Keeping You Focused.

We’re a small team of independent journalists, artists, and other mostly hand-to-mouth freelancers providing pro-bono coverage of happenings on the ground in NYC (and sometimes Long Island, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Rochester, or other areas). Events and incidents we’ve covered often center around issues like racial and social justice, migration, human rights, labor, climate, personal privacy, bodily autonomy, policing, incarceration, and the many intersections thereof.

Since May 2020, our visual and written reporting has been featured in dozens of publications (that we know of), including some of the most prominent outlets in New York and ones based around the world. We used to be known, display name-wise, as NYC Protest Updates, but changed our name to our Twitter handle in 2021 to avoid confusion in a few ways. We also used to put out a newsletter, and plan to upload the archives and resume the letter soon.

We’re always looking for new contributors, supporters, collaborators, comrades, and info.

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TEAM MEMBERS, CURRENT

Jordan Baruch – co-editor, senior reporter

Janet Burns – co-editor, head reporter

Diamante ‘Dimo’ Ortiz – co-editor, senior reporter

Vic Stizzi – co-editor, designer, investigative journalist

________ – co-editor, calendar editor

Tiana Hester – photographer, reporter

Thunderbird – photographer, reporter

________ (x2) – on-call proofreader

________ – event specialist

________ (x?) – reporters, tipsters

TEAM MEMBERS, AT LARGE:

Curtis Brodner – co-founder, senior reporter

Nora Quinlan – co-founder, senior reporter

many friends, friends of friends – reporters

STOP Spying

Protest Reporting Toolkit

Launched
The Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.) is a 501(C)(3), non-profit advocacy organization and legal services provider.
Protest Reporting Toolkit
Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right

The Murder of Mikey Rosado

In Development
We take a look at a Bronx murder, and ask the hard questions about what happened on the night of August 29th, 2021.
NOT AVAILABLE
Piggy Banks

The Cost of Tyranny

In Progress
A data collection of publically available information on police officers whom participated in the Anarchy Row sweeps.
Piggy Banks

Surveillance Technology Oversight Project

S.T.O.P. fights to end discriminatory surveillance. Our team challenges both individual misconduct and broader systemic failures.

Visit StopSpying.org