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Journalism more important now than ever, say RSJ teach-in speakers
1 year ago

Journalism more important now than ever, say RSJ teach-in speakers

By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre

Journalism matters now more than ever, the media director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association told journalism students and faculty during… Continue Reading Journalism more important now than ever, say RSJ teach-in speakers

How Durham College is Indigenizing its broadcasting program
1 year ago

How Durham College is Indigenizing its broadcasting program

By Anna Augusto Rodrigues and Phil Raby

What does reconciliation mean to me? This is a question we have reflected on since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls… Continue Reading How Durham College is Indigenizing its broadcasting program

Understanding history and who wields power central to effective political coverage of Indigenous communities
1 year ago

Understanding history and who wields power central to effective political coverage of Indigenous communities

By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre

Indigenous people want their leaders held accountable, but journalists should be cautious about perpetuating negative stereotypes, Ryerson School of Journalism Rogers… Continue Reading Understanding history and who wields power central to effective political coverage of Indigenous communities

Indigenous stories are mainstream stories, say panellists
2 years ago

Indigenous stories are mainstream stories, say panellists

By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre

When Indigenous people share their stories with journalists, it is a part of the reconciliation process and not about assigning blame,… Continue Reading Indigenous stories are mainstream stories, say panellists

Updated rules for language, terms for marginalized communities being discussed for new edition of Canadian Press Stylebook
2 years ago

Updated rules for language, terms for marginalized communities being discussed for new edition of Canadian Press Stylebook

By Allison Ridgway and Ania Bessonov 

The Canadian Press (CP) is discussing how to update its stylebook to reflect changing language surrounding LGBTQ, Indigenous and disabled communities, CP’s editor-in-chief said during a… Continue Reading Updated rules for language, terms for marginalized communities being discussed for new edition of Canadian Press Stylebook