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Toronto Stories Live

Toronto Stories Live

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Join Myseum of Toronto for an evening of storytelling that explores overlooked, unseen, and forgotten stories in Toronto’s history.
The Power of Perception: The impact of journalism on the well-being of Black communities

The Power of Perception: The impact of journalism on the well-being of Black communities

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The UBC School of Journalism, Writing, and Media (JWAM) is pleased to invite you to: The Power of Perception: The impact of journalism on the well-being of Black communities with award-winning journalist, Eternity Martis.
Diversity & Solidarity in Media

Diversity & Solidarity in Media

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A conversation on what meaningful diversity in Canadian media looks like and the solidarity movement that’s leading the way.
Homies Chatting: Diversity in Media

Homies Chatting: Diversity in Media

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On our show this Friday, we are joined by Award-Winning journalist Brandi Morin and Associate Professor and Writer Candis Callison to talk about Diversity in Media and Indigenous Media in Canada.
What’s the cost to Bramptonians when the media does not represent them?

What’s the cost to Bramptonians when the media does not represent them?

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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 and Magazines Canada invite you to a town hall to…
Capturing the Pulse of a City: Christopher Cheung

Capturing the Pulse of a City: Christopher Cheung

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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 writer Chris Cheung has stood out for his shoe-leather reporting…
Employees have the power to make their newsrooms more diverse
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Employees have the power to make their newsrooms more diverse

Diversity of employees is more than just good journalistic practice — it is a labour issue.
Comment enseigner la diversité? Un professeur de l’UQAM explique son approche
4 years ago

Comment enseigner la diversité? Un professeur de l’UQAM explique son approche

“Tenter de vous mettre à la place de l’autre, sans perdre votre oeil critique”
Didihood is creating space and sisterhood for South Asian women in media
4 years ago

Didihood is creating space and sisterhood for South Asian women in media

The organization is based on three pillars: networking, mentorship and community building.
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