unpacking the news

Decolonizing journalism

Emilee Gilpin of the National Observer on Indigenous peoples and the Canadian media
National Observer

On this episode of Unpacking the News: Emilee Gilpin is the National Observer's lead journalist and storyteller on coverage of Indigenous issues.

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In this conversation, she joins host Andre Goulet to discuss the limitations of Western journalistic standards, why the Canadian Press Club's all-white-male portrait gallery is super creepy and how young journalists can disrupt the ways stories about First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples are told in mainstream media.

Listen to "Decolonizing Journalism: How to Disrupt Canadian Media" on Spreaker.

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This conversation was recorded in May, 2018.

Read more of Emilee's work here and follow her on Twitter @emileeguevara

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