Jie Jenny Zou

I like to dig.

My work has appeared in the Guardian, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, VICE News, Al Jazeera Media, The Marshall Project, The Huffington Post and more.

I report on the environment and labor for the Center for Public Integrity, a non-profit newsroom dedicated to accountability journalism.

Recent investigations have focused on Big Oil’s century-long relationship with the U.S. government and its push into K-12 education. But I’ve also written about radioactive fracking waste, and the folks behind prolific junk journals.

In a previous life, I covered the justice beat in my home state of New York, where I wrote about homeless sex offenders on parole, inmates in padlocked jumpsuits, misbehaving judges, and more.

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