There is a crisis of trust in media organizations as readers, listeners and viewers do not see themselves reflected in the stories that are told about them. New Canadian Media… Continue Reading What’s the cost to Bramptonians when the media does not represent them?
Capturing the Pulse of a City
From displacement of mom-and-pop stores to redevelopment … to multigenerational families living under one roof … to the mystery of the Baklava Man, urban… Continue Reading Capturing the Pulse of a City: Christopher Cheung
Diversity of employees is more than just good journalistic practice — it is a labour issue.
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“Tenter de vous mettre à la place de l’autre, sans perdre votre oeil critique”
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The organization is based on three pillars: networking, mentorship and community building.
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The CABJ had been inactive for some years, but a team is working on the relaunch.
Read More Continue Reading The Canadian Association of Black Journalists is relaunching
As far too many newsrooms continue to struggle for their very survival, it’s a good time to place more emphasis on diversifying the stories they cover.
Read More Continue Reading What Canadian media (and government) can learn from Black Panther
“This whole notion of ‘heartwarming’ – why is it people with disabilities are somehow more heartwarming than others?”
Read More Continue Reading Journalists must change with the times when covering disability issues, advocates urge
If you make an effort to get diversity in your reporting, Lau said, you’ll often find that your stories are more interesting.
Read More Continue Reading Andree Lau on increasing diversity in reporting and the newsroom
Samantha Lui was the only Canadian at the prestigious four day Poynter workshop. Here’s what she learned.
Read More Continue Reading Poynter’s Minority Writers’ Workshop reminded me that my voice and perspective matter