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Continue Reading Online violence is ‘death by a thousand cuts,’ especially for women, LGBTQ2+ and racialized journalists, and COVID-19 has increased the toxicity. How can Canadian newsrooms better respond?
Online hate is damaging journalists and democracy, according to a new report released by the CJF and CAJ
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