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Holding Media to a Higher Standard When It Comes to Telling Indigenous Stories

Journalism
InEditorialWritten by
Jolene Banning
onJanuary 15th, 2019
CBC Radio One columnist Jolene Banning believes that media and journalists need to be held to a higher standard when it comes to including Indigenous narratives in the stories told.
Holding Media to a Higher Standard When It Comes to Telling Indigenous Stories