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The Fuller Project was mentioned as one of the women-focused non-profit newsrooms to surge forward in 2020.
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Hawke Media’s Coronavirus Report mentioned The Fuller Project’s reporting on women’s unemployment claims.
CEO, Xanthe Scharff was interviewed and quoted about the pandemic’s toll on women entrepreneurs on Missouri Business Alert’s podcast called Speaking Startup.
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