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EPISODE 1: In Your Own Voice: Anti-Oppressive Editorial

andrea bennett talks to host Asna Shaikh about making content more inclusive through anti-oppressive copy-editing. Jesse Winter reads an excerpt from his article “Photographing Beyond ‘Needle-in-Puddle'” about the dangers of dehumanizing imagery in news stories and discusses the current state of photojournalism. Sylvia Skene summarizes CPF’s Business Innovation funding program and magazine industry trends.


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Dillon Johnson gifts a blanket to Kristen Van’t Schip, with Drew Blaney and Hegus John Hackett. Photo by Abby Francis, LJI.
Business & Community

New Names, New Relationships

Corporate overtures to Tla’amin are more than just a symbol: they’re a start. By Abby Francis, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, for qathet Living, November 2021

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Morraine Lake, Alberta. Photo by Christy Chan,
Lifestyle & Leisure

Hello, Nature!

On hiking by a non-hiker. Photos & writing by Christy Chan for LINK Magazine, Nov. 19/21 and November 2021 issue.

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Finding Peace - peace sign in sand with water in background
Lifestyle & Leisure

Finding Peace by Letting Go

When dealing with the changes and challenges that come part and parcel with her mother’s dementia, care partner Katrina Prescott has found that acceptance is the key to self-preservation. By Lisa Kadane for Dementia Connections, November 14, 2021.

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Two kids doing classwork with arm pointing to exercise book
Business & Community

A Professional Dream Deferred

Educator and district principal Beth Applewhite draws on her personal and professional experiences to share why anti-racism work is essential and needs to be brought about intentionally and thoughtfully, with the voices of those who have experienced racism at the centre. For Principl(ed) Magazine March 2021.

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Lifestyle & Leisure

Dealing with your own crap

Stories from CoHo Landing, a 15-household land co-operative on Denman Island. By Laura Busheikin for FOLKLIFE. On a composting management system.

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