#CAJ17: Diversity in Canadian media -- J-Source.ca -- The Canadian Journalism Project

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Posted by fcadweb on November 10, 2015

#CAJ17: Diversity in Canadian media

Canadian journalists are covering a cascade of social issues, from Black Lives Matter protests to the inquiry on missing and murdered Indigenous women. Reporters are coming across disturbing cases of Islamophobia and uplifting stories of communities embracing newcomers. Three journalists with a range of life experience and reporting—Manisha Krishnan, Amira Elghawaby, and Francine Compton—will discuss Canadian media's shortfalls and successes, while offering practical advice to better cover our diverse society.

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