Unpacking the News

Perpetuating sexism in Canadian journalism schools

Emily Leedham (Rank and File: Prairie Edition) and Savanna Stewart and Aysha White (The Link Newspaper) join the show to explore sexism in Canadian journalism
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Predatory professors, contemptible colleagues and deflecting the heat from far-right trolls:

On episode 94 of Unpacking the News hosts Savanna Craig and Andre Goulet welcome The Link Newspaper's former Coordinating Editor Savanna Stewart and Creative Director Aysha White for a conversation exploring sexism in Canadian journalism.

Then, Emily Leedham (Rank & File: Prairie Edition) joins the show to discuss strategies for fighting back against the far-right in Canadian media and weighs in on her own experience as a woman in independent journalism.

For more from The Link check out https://thelinknewspaper.ca/

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This conversation was recorded on June 11th, 2019.

Listen to "Unequal Opportunity: Sexism in Canadian Journalism" on Spreaker.

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