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With your support, in 2015 we trained 20 journalists to cover social movements more effectively. Help us do it again in 2016.
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There is only one journalism school on the planet dedicated to teaching journalists how to help social movements change the world by communicating their stories and objectives more effectively. We are counting on you to help to make our school come alive once again in 2016.

Since 2002, each year a group of between 40 and 80 people come together to participate in a school like no other: The School of Authentic Journalism. Scholars learn tactics for reporting on social movements, the dynamics of strategic nonviolence, how to use social media to create impact on the real world, and other essential tools for sharing the desires and achievements of movements that strive every day to reshape the world in which we live.

The Schoolof Authentic Journalism's viral video team at work.
The Schoolof Authentic Journalism's viral video team at work.

The School of Authentic Journalism is built on the contributions of people like you, as well as our own professors, who volunteer their time and underwrite their own travel expenses so that we can share their lifelong experiences with our scholars. The school charges no tuition. The program is free for those who are selected to attend.

Above all, the school depends on friends and supporters like you to help cover the costs of running it. Last year, we launched a Kickstarter campaign for the first time, and together we fought hard to gather support for our school. More than 300 of you gave gifts ranging from one dollar to a thousand dollars. We were thrilled by your tremendous outpouring of support. Thanks to this tremendous collective effort, the 2015 school was our best session ever.

But there is no guarantee that the 2016 school is going to happen. In financial terms, we have to start from zero every year. We have no endowment or savings, and the school will only happen if you make it happen. A ten day, bilingual school costs $75,000 to run, and a shorter, Spanish language only school costs $30,000.

I am a journalist and a performer. I have been the school's Director for two years. I first attended the school in 2013, at a time when I was sorely in need of inspiration. I had been an active participant in a Mexican movement called #YoSoy132. In 2012 we challenged the unfair alliance between our country's corporate media monopoly and the PRI political party, whose authoritarian leaders had already ruled the country for 70 years and was on its way back to power with the help of an undemocratic media. But our movement ultimately failed and the PRI returned to power.

Fabiola Rocha teaching social movement dynamics at The School of Authentic Journalism
Fabiola Rocha teaching social movement dynamics at The School of Authentic Journalism

I came to The School of Authentic Journalism looking for answers. I learned that in order for my colleagues and I to communicate the objectives of our movement, it was important to understand the dynamics of building power by studying movements that had come before us. The school also showed me how important it is for storytellers to understand strategy, particularly nonviolent strategy, so that we understand that our journalism can have a direct impact on shaping the fate of a movement.

The School taught me all this, and also introduced me to some of my favorite real-life superheroes: People like Mkhuseli “Khusta” Jack, organizer of one of the most successful economic boycotts during the struggle against apartheid in South Africa; Johanna Lawrenson, a photographer and organizer who, together with her late husband Abbie Hoffman, led creative and successful actions from upstate New York to Nicaragua; the Rev. James Lawson, who changed the course of the American Civil Rights' movement when he organized the Nashville Lunch Counter Sit-Ins in 1959; Mercedes Osuna, who helped train thousands of international volunteers and journalists in support of the Zapatista indigenous uprising in Mexico; Renny Cushing, an American community organizer who in the early 1980s stopped the growth of nuclear energy in its tracks, and Oscar Olivera, spokesperson for a successful peoples' movement against water privatization in Bolivia.

Legendary South African organizer Mkhuseli "Khusta" Jack learned photography and video skills and also shared his stories from the anti-apartheid struggle.
Legendary South African organizer Mkhuseli "Khusta" Jack learned photography and video skills and also shared his stories from the anti-apartheid struggle.

All of these incredible professors have been assembled together in one amazing school thanks to the vision of its founder, Al Giordano. It is his belief that journalism and community organizing both require a similar skill set. To do either of them well you have to understand how to communicate clearly. As a young journalist involved in movements to transform my country and my world, I find that to be inspiring.

The School of Authentic Journalism values experience over theory. That´s why so many of our professors are passionate individuals who have actually won their battles and achieved the objectives of their struggles on behalf of the common good. Ours is also the only school I know of that strives to make the experience of attending it one that changes the lives of our participants. Our school does this through rigorous attention to detail and planning, and also by cultivating an atmosphere of joy and celebration. As Al says, “Pleasure is a better motivator for learning than fear.” We believe that good communication and storytelling is nourished by such an environment.

I could have chosen to do many things with my life, but I believe that the School of Authentic Journalism represents my best shot at changing the world. I could have chosen to build houses, provide food for the hungry, work on the border, work with victims of domestic violence, struggle for gay rights or against kidnapping and forced disappearance. But I chose to dedicate my life to this school because I believe it is an amplifier of change around the world. The school doesn’t offer one straight path to a new world; but it is a point of convergence that provides tools for different individuals to support the revolution of their choosing.

It is also one of the only journalism schools in the world that doesn´t charge a cent, where everyone who is selected gets an automatic scholarship, thanks to your financial support. Money isn´t a factor when we choose each year´s class, only the talent and passion of each individual applicant. We also don´t ask for resumes. Our students have been Human Rights workers in Haiti, carpenters, writers, parents, freelance journalists, or people with little previous journalism experience. We don´t care where or scholars have worked in the past. We just want to give exceptional and talented individuals the tools they need to tell stories to change the world.

Scholars receive their press passes at the 2015 school.
Scholars receive their press passes at the 2015 school.

Al created the school 15 years ago, alongside Mexican journalist Mario Menendez, publisher of the newspaper “¡Por Esto!” after the two of them were sued by Citibank in New York for their investigative journalism work on the War on Drugs. Al and Mario won their case, which established a legal precedent extending the same freedoms of the press to internet journalists as print journalists already enjoyed.

Al conceived of the school as a way to honor the work of the teachers and mentors that taught him. He chose to call it “authentic” journalism in honor of Mario, who coined the term to refer to a kind of journalism which always serves the interests of peoples’ movements.

The School of Authentic Journalism has itself become a movement, and you can be a part of it. The school has trained hundreds of scholars from every inhabited continent in the world, but will only continue with your support. It doesn’t matter if you give one dollar or two thousand. Every gift is important. Please help us ensure that The School of Authentic Journalism helps to save the world…again!

Fabiola Rocha

Director, The School of Authentic Journalism

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Existe una sola escuela de periodismo en el mundo dedicada a enseñarle a los periodistas cómo ayudar a los movimientos sociales a cambiar el mundo comunicando sus historias y objetivos de la manera más efectiva. Contamos con tu ayuda para hacer que nuestra escuela vuelva a cobrar vida en 2016.

Desde el 2002, un grupo de entre 40 y 80 personas se reúnen todos los años para participar de una escuela sin igual: La Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico. En ella los becarios aprenden tácticas para reportar sobre movimientos sociales, la dinámica de la no-violencia estratégica, a utilizar los medios sociales para generar un impacto en el mundo real, y otras herramientas necesarias para compartir las inquietudes y logros de los movimientos que luchan todos los días para cambiarle la forma al mundo en que vivimos.

La SAJ, por sus siglas en inglés, se construye en base a los aportes de personas como tú, así como los de nuestros propios profesores, quienes ofrecen su tiempo y financian sus propios gastos de viaje para que podamos compartir sus experiencias de vida con nuestros becarios. La escuela no cobra matrícula. El programa es gratuito para aquellos que son seleccionados para asistir.

Por sobre todo, la escuela depende de amigos y simpatizantes como tú para ayudar a cubrir los costos de llevarla a cabo. El año pasado lanzamos por primera vez una campaña de Kickstarter, y juntos batallamos duro para reunir apoyo para nuestra escuela. Más de 300 de ustedes nos donaron entre uno y mil dólares. Nos emocionó tal torrente de apoyo. Gracias a este inmenso esfuerzo colectivo, la sesión de 2015 fue la mejor de la historia.

Pero no hay garantías de que la sesión 2016 vaya a ocurrir. En términos financieros, tenemos que empezar de cero cada año. No tenemos patrimonio ni ahorros, y la escuela sólo será posible si tú la haces posible. Una escuela bilingüe de diez días cuesta $75.000 y una más corta, sólo en español, cuesta $30.000.

Soy una periodista y una artista. Hace dos años que dirijo la Escuela. Asistí a ella por primera vez en 2013, en una época de profunda búsqueda de inspiración. Había sido una participante activa de un movimiento mexicano llamado #YoSoy132. En 2012 desafiamos la injusta alianza entre el monopolio corporativo mediático y el partido político PRI, cuyos líderes autoritarios ya habían dominado el país durante 70 años y estaban volviendo al poder con la ayuda de medios antidemocráticos. Pero nuestro movimiento terminó fallando y el PRI reasumió el poder.

Llegué a la Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico en búsqueda de respuestas. Aprendí que para que mis colegas y yo pudiéramos comunicar los objetivos de nuestro movimiento, era importante comprender el funcionamiento de la construcción del poder estudiando movimientos que nos antecedieran. La Escuela también me mostró cuán importante es para los narradores de historias el entender la estrategia, en particular la no-violenta, para comprender que nuestro periodismo puede tener un impacto directo en moldear el destino de un movimiento.

La Escuela me enseñó todo esto y además me presentó a algunos de mis superhéroes reales favoritos: Personas como Mkhuseli 'Khusta' Jack, organizador de uno de los boicots económicos más efectivos durante la lucha contra el apartheid en Sudáfrica; Johanna Lawrenson, fotógrafa y organizadora que, junto con su esposo Abbie Hoffman, lideraron acciones creativas y exitosas desde el norte del Estado de Nueva York hasta Nicaragua; el Rev. James Lawson, quien cambió el curso del Movimiento por los Derechos Civiles en los Estados Unidos al organizar las sentadas en los mostradores de los restaurantes segregacionistas en Nashville en 1959; Mercedes Osuna, que ayudó a entrenar a miles de voluntarios y periodistas internacionales en apoyo a la rebelión indígena Zapatista en México; Renny Cushing, organizador comunitario estadounidense que a principios de los 80 logró frenar el crecimiento de la energía nuclear sobre la marcha, y Oscar Olivera, vocero de un exitoso movimiento popular en contra de la privatización del agua en Bolivia.

Todos estos increíbles profesores han convergido en una asombrosa escuela gracias a la visión de su fundador, Al Giordano. Él sostiene que el periodismo y la organización comunitaria requieren un conjunto de aptitudes similares. Para hacer cualquiera de las dos, es necesario comprender cómo comunicar claramente. Como una joven periodista involucrada en movimientos para transformar mi país y mi mundo, eso me resulta inspirador.

La Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico valora la práctica por sobre la teoría. Es por ello que tantos de nuestros profesores son personas apasionadas que realmente han ganado y han alcanzado los objetivos de sus luchas por el bien común. Además, hasta donde sé, la nuestra es la única escuela que se empeña en hacer de sí misma una experiencia que cambie la vida de sus participantes. Esto lo logra por medio de una atención rigurosa al detalle y una exhaustiva planificación, a la vez que cultiva una atmósfera de alegría y celebración. Como dice Al: “El placer es un factor de motivación para aprender más poderoso que el miedo.” Creemos que la buena comunicación y narración son nutridas por dicho ambiente.

Podría haber elegido hacer muchas cosas con mi vida, pero creo que la Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico representa mi mejor oportunidad para cambiar el mundo. Podría haber elegido construir casas, repartir comida, trabajar en la frontera, apoyar a mujeres violentadas, luchar por los derechos homosexuales o contra las desapariciones forzadas. Pero elegí dedicar mi vida a esta escuela porque creo que es un amplificador de cambio alrededor del mundo. La escuela no ofrece un camino directo hacia un nuevo mundo; pero es un punto de convergencia que proporciona herramientas a diferentes individuos para que apoyen la revolución de su elección.

También es la única escuela en el mundo que no cobra un centavo, en la que todos los seleccionados están automáticamente becados, gracias a tu aporte económico. El dinero no es un factor al elegir las clases de cada año, sino sólo el talento y la pasión de cada solicitante. Tampoco pedimos curriculums. Nuestros estudiantes han sido parte de un grupo de derechos humanos en Haití, carpinteros, escritores, padres de familia, periodistas independientes o personas con poca experiencia previa en periodismo. No nos interesa de qué han trabajado nuestros becarios en el pasado. Sólo buscamos darles a individuos excepcionales y talentosos, las herramientas que necesitan para contar historias para cambiar el mundo.

Al creó la escuela hace 15 años atrás junto con el periodista mexicano Mario Menéndez, editor del periódico “¡Por Esto!”; luego de que ambos fueran demandados por Citibank en Nueva York por su trabajo de periodismo investigativo sobre la Guerra Contra las Drogas (War on Drugs). Al y Mario ganaron el caso, el cual estableció un precedente legal que extendió las mismas libertades de prensa que gozaban los medios impresos a los periodistas de internet.

Al concibió la Escuela como una manera de honrar el trabajo de los maestros y mentores que le enseñaron. Escogió el calificativo “Auténtico” en honor a Mario, quien acuñó el término para referirse al tipo de periodismo que siempre está al servicio de los intereses de los movimientos populares.

La Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico se ha convertido en un movimiento en sí misma, y tú puedes ser parte. La escuela ha entrenado a cientos de becarios de cada continente habitado del mundo, pero sólo persistirá con tu apoyo. No importa si donas un dólar o dos mil; cada donación es importante. Por favor ayúdanos a garantizar que la Escuela de Periodismo auténtico ayude a salvar el mundo… ¡otra vez!

Fabiola Rocha

Directora, Escuela de Periodismo Auténtico

Risks and challenges

Our school's greatest strength is the commitment of our professors and collaborators. We have trained hundreds of journalists from across the world and wish to be able to do so for many years to come, adapting to rapidly evolving new media and changing social conditions as the world moves into the future.

The greatest challenge and risk that The School of Authentic Journalism faces is our ability to continue to fund our school with no endowment or independent funding source. Our school is funded entirely by our viewers, readers, our alumni, and friends.

For this reason, every year the path to funding our school is a risky and challenging one. We are counting on our friends to help us overcome this challenge.

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