Campus Papers Show What A Diverse Media Landscape Could Look Like
Campus Papers Show What A Diverse Media Landscape Could Look Like
Women of colour leading student newsrooms hope to carry change into overall industry

That Canadian media is overwhelmingly white and male is not a new observation, and every so often, a new controversy erupts that focuses attention on this issue for a few weeks before the news cycle moves on.

However, student journalists — an often overlooked segment of media — have long been chipping away at accessibility barriers, and the many women of colour leading student papers across the country this year offer a glimpse into what the future of Canadian journalism could look like.

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