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Mission Statement

WhoWhatWhy is a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization aiming to discover and share the truth about matters affecting us all. We launched with the idea that the public deserves courageous and thorough investigations into powerful institutions, entities and individuals that shape our world. We pride ourselves on having no sacred cows, and covering stories that no one else will touch. At WhoWhatWhy, we believe that quality information changes minds--and that when you change minds, you change everything.

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WhoWhatWhy embodies a form of investigative reporting that is rigorous, relentless, and scientific - we call it forensic journalism.

We take on controversial topics others will not touch and dig deep to uncover and name the institutions and persons shaping our world. Our organization is neither partisan nor ideological and only provides accounts based on extensive research and thorough sourcing.

In addition to producing rigorous investigative reporting, we seek to further the long-term survival and betterment of the news industry as a whole.

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by krishna n. (December 17, 2016)
I feel that there is a great learning opportunity here that can help us all improve our interpersonal skills and knowledge.This can be a great learning platform for any individual who has the passion to grow and learn new projects.
by Trinity M. (October 9, 2016)
I chose to volunteer for this because i want to change the world and since i'm a beginner, i figured i'd do it through reporting. I also chose to do this because i'm excellent at writing.