The Marshall Project (MP) is a news initiative that seeks to catalyze change by highlighting contemporary justice issues that are often ignored by mainstream media. Since its inception in 2014, MP has published over 1350 stories and partnered with more than 135 news organizations to reach millions of readers. This funding will allow MP to amplify its impact by supporting two important initiatives, the Tow Fellowship and News Inside. The Tow Fellowship is a joint effort between MP and the CUNY Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism which supports three one-year reporting scholarships for recent graduates. These fellowships provide crucial support, education, and experience for early career journalists while exposing them to the landscape of justice reporting. News Inside is a new publication that seeks to bring MP reporting to incarcerated individuals. This curated compilation will feature MP’s most relevant stories for distribution inside prisons.