Tell us about our crisis coverage

We’re now at the end of our second week of crisis-style coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.

We’ve been covering stories expediently, delving deep into local and regional media around the world, and keeping focused on our core beats of human rights, environment, democracy, and related public-interest issues.

This includes shorter news briefs, plus deeper dives into the impacts of the pandemic on indigenous peoples, the risk posed by widespread hospital closures across rural America, its effects on immigration, and its many environmental angles.

How are we doing?

Your feedback is always welcome — you can send us a letter, or comment freely on any of our articles.

Also, please do leave a review of our coverage on our Facebook page.

A note about our Kickstarter fundraiser

We’ve been planning a Kickstarter fundraiser for several months, but the pandemic has forced us to re-assess the campaign.

We’re considering what’s appropriate, given the scale of the crisis, which has affected not just health, but also the economy.

Stay tuned for updates. While we would be grateful for your financial support, please note that The Daylighter is and will always be a free public resource.

On that note, one of the most important ways you can support us is to simply sign up for our free email newsletter.

Thanks as always for your readership and interest in our work.

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