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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.
The Time is Now: Amplifying Women’s Voices in Media

The Time is Now: Amplifying Women’s Voices in Media

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With women’s perspectives underrepresented in media, how can journalists increase the gender mix and diversity of their news sources and the experts they quote?  This important panel discussion will explore the outcome and ongoing challenges of a dedicated global project…
#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

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Reporting on sexual misconduct can be as difficult as navigating a minefield. How do you maintain transparency? Is it your job to report on the accusation without bias or to stand by the accuser? How do you work with the…
#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

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Reporting on sexual misconduct can be as difficult as navigating a minefield. How do you maintain transparency? Is it your job to report on the accusation without bias or to stand by the accuser? How do you work with the…
Women journalists and the glass ceiling
4 years ago

Women journalists and the glass ceiling

Newsrooms are more – but not fully – equal.
When women journalists turn off their microphones
4 years ago

When women journalists turn off their microphones

Nearly 65 per cent of women journalists in the world have experienced some form of intimidation, threats, or abuse in relation to their work.
Laws must change, politician says after N.L. man acquitted of FHITP slur
4 years ago

Laws must change, politician says after N.L. man acquitted of FHITP slur

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JOHN’S, N.L. — A Newfoundland politician is hoping to change provincial harassment laws following the acquittal of a man who hurled sexual obscenities at a female TV reporter in St. John’s. Cathy Bennett says laws on workplace sexual harassment are…
New database seeks to amplify women’s voices in the news media
5 years ago

New database seeks to amplify women’s voices in the news media

This story was funded by the J-Source Patreon campaign By Michael Ott “We couldn’t find any expert women,” cannot be an excuse. That’s the mantra of a new website dedicated to amplifying women’s voices in Canadian news media. Expertwomen.ca seeks…
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