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  • Rewriting Journalism: How to Support Emerging Indigenous Reporters

    Two children using equipment from the Indigenous Reporters Program in Nibinamik First Nation Photo credit: Adrianna Oskineegish This article was written by Shelby Lisk and published on TVO.org https://www.tvo.org/article/rewriting-journalism-how-to-support-emerging-indigenous-reporters TVO.org speaks with Megan Fowler of Journalists for Human Rights about what institutions can do to create environments where Indigenous journalists can thrive By Shelby Lisk –

  • Out of the Big Bush

    By: Kimberley Hartwig, Community Journalism Trainer Since arriving in Nibinamik over five months ago I have yet to leave the reserve. It’s become a bit of a badge of honour for me. Most people here can’t believe that I haven’t been out at least once in that amount of time. Many community members will leave

  • Out of the Big Bush

    By: Kimberley Hartwig, Community Journalism Trainer Since arriving in Nibinamik over five months ago I have yet to leave the reserve. It’s become a bit of a badge of honour for me. Most people here can’t believe that I haven’t been out at least once in that amount of time. Many community members will leave

  • Live with 90.1FM Fort Albany

    By: Sam Calio, Community Journalism Trainer This month I’ve spent a lot of time in the Fort Albany radio station. It’s a small building tucked away in the middle of the community. My after school program, Junior Journalists, and community member Xavier Inishinapay have both been hosting weekly shows throughout September.  I’ve mentioned Xavier before

  • Lessons Learned

    By: Sam Calio, Community Journalism Trainer The month of August was a challenge, but brought many life lessons. This month, I was able to work with three new summer students. Each student taught me a very valuable lesson. The lessons were sometimes difficult but I’m happy I was able to work through them. My students

  • A Berry Nice Summer

    By: Kimberley Hartwig, Community Journalism Trainer Since I arrived in Nibinamik, I’ve been thinking a lot about food. Where it comes from. How much it costs. Who gets to eat what. There are great inequalities in food. What you eat reveals your privilege. Take vegetarianism or veganism, for example. There is a great privilege in

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