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Hanisha Harjani

Hanisha Harjani is a reporter and Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism Fellow with The Fuller Project. They're an award-winning audio reporter and have written and produced stories for outlets including NPR, KALW, Yale Climate Connections, Oaklandside, and the Richmond Pulse. Hanisha received their bachelor’s in Writing at the Pratt Institute and their master’s in Journalism at UC Berkeley. Before they were a reporter, they were a science educator in museum and classroom settings, and they are passionate about learning and sharing information.

This Trans Day of Visibility, trans journalists push for better coverage of their communities

Trans people are all over the news, but trans journalists say that the coverage reinforces stereotypes at best, and at worst dehumanizes.

Nearly Three Decades of Data on Women in Construction is Missing — Here’s How That Could Change

The government stopped collecting data on diversity in the construction industry nearly three decades ago — that could soon change.

Silicon Valley VCs Invest Almost Exclusively in Companies Founded by Men. Could a new California law change that?

California would become the first state to require venture capital firms disclose the race and gender of the founders of the companies they fund, under a bill currently awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature.

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