Taylor Eldridge

Tow Journalism Fellow

Taylor Eldridge first joined FRONTLINE in January 2021 as a freelance data journalist working on the documentary Shots Fired before being named a 2021-22 Tow Journalism Fellow. Her prior work has appeared in The Washington Post, Vox and The New Yorker and earned her an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Award. Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., Eldridge was previously the data editor for Type Media Center and completed an Ida B. Wells Fellowship with Type, as well as an investigative fellowship with The Marshall Project. She received her master’s degree in investigative journalism from Columbia University in 2017 and her bachelor’s from Yale in 2016.

Location:

New York City

New Data on Utah Police Shootings and Race Called ‘Extremely Uncomfortable,’ ‘Disappointing’
Racial and ethnic minorities account for a third of the people shot at by Utah police over the past decade — despite these groups making up just a quarter of the population.
September 20, 2021