Prince James Story covers criminal and social justice for Black Voice News, an online news publication in Riverside, California. Before joining Black Voice News, Story was one of the 2021 Carnegie-Knight NEWS21 Fellows working on the multimedia reporting project “Unmasking America: The Lingering Toll of COVID-19.” Story also served as a digital reporter for the United States Olympic and Paralympic committee for their “Olympians Made Here” campaign. While earning his master’s degree from Arizona State University, he was a graduate assistant for the Global Sport Institute and covered Arizona State football. He also wrote articles on issues involving social inequalities in underserved areas and communities of color while spotlighting efforts by individuals and organizations to address these communal issues. In December 2021, Story earned his master’s degree in Sports Journalism from Arizona State University-Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and received the Outstanding Graduate Student award for the Fall Convocation. He earned a B.A. in Mass Communication and a B.A. in African American studies from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Beat: criminal and social justice