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Truth and Reconciliation

Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments
3 months ago

Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments

What bridging knowledge systems and open collaboration taught us about bringing place-based meaning to digital and broadcast media production
Exposing the Truth: Journalism’s Role in Reconciliation

Exposing the Truth: Journalism’s Role in Reconciliation

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VIU, in partnership with CBC Radio, invites you to join us at the seventh annual Indigenous Speakers Series featuring investigative journalist Connie Walker, from the Okanese First Nation in Saskatchewan.
Truth and Reconciliation in higher education and the media

Truth and Reconciliation in higher education and the media

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In 2015, the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was released, resulting in many universities and media outlets attempting to address the report’s calls to action. There are concerns that the initiatives undertaken have been ad hoc and…
How Durham College is Indigenizing its broadcasting program
5 years ago

How Durham College is Indigenizing its broadcasting program

By Anna Augusto Rodrigues and Phil Raby What does reconciliation mean to me? This is a question we have reflected on since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action were announced in 2015. As professors who teach media courses…
Indigenous stories are mainstream stories, say panellists
6 years ago

Indigenous stories are mainstream stories, say panellists

By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre When Indigenous people share their stories with journalists, it is a part of the reconciliation process and not about assigning blame, the executive director of APTN said during a recent panel…
Liveblog: Reconciliation and the Media
6 years ago

Liveblog: Reconciliation and the Media

Our summary of a one-day conference in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action.
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