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‘Empowerment Guide’ asks us to rethink storytelling and story-taking

Using expertise from the Prison Journalism Project, the University of British Columbia’s Global Reporting Centre shows how journalists can get past extractive storytelling

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We all need help reporting in Black communities

New guide will focus on advice to strengthen reporting practices for engaging with Black communities Continue Reading We all need help reporting in Black communities

Organizations can help journalists navigate deluge of climate research 

Evidence syntheses aggregate scientific studies on climate change in the rapidly growing field so reporters can bring more context and understanding to their reporting
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Building bridges between Indigenous high school students and journalism

CBC journalist Kristy Snell on the collaboration between her Concordia journalism students and Kahnawake Survival School and how partnerships can inspire Indigenous youth to tell their own stories Continue Reading Building bridges between Indigenous high school students and journalism

Land acknowledgements and knowledge rematriation

Considerations of place and respecting Indigenous intellectual property in podcasts Continue Reading Land acknowledgements and knowledge rematriation

Roles, values and qualifications in transition

An initial data snapshot of post-secondary journalism educators in Canada and their perspectives on where journalism is going Continue Reading Roles, values and qualifications in transition

Staying Alive: Expanding Indigenous Journalism in Broadcasting with Melissa Ridgen

Improving reporting on Indigenous issues isn’t just about increasing coverage. Journalist and producer Melissa Ridgen discusses changing structures in television news and bringing best practices to enterprise reporting.
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How reciprocity, solutions and rethinking objectivity can help decolonize journalism

First textbook in Canada on covering Indigenous communities offers a roadmap for building relationships and better reporting  Continue Reading How reciprocity, solutions and rethinking objectivity can help decolonize journalism

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