This piece was originally published on Columbia Journalism Review’s website and appears here with the editor’s permission.
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Presented with the Spencer Moore Award for Lifetime Contributions, citizen researcher and Ryerson Centre for Free Expression senior fellow chronicles public impact struggles in health, human rights and more
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