May 27, 2021
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#311 Standoff At Fairy Creek
Covering BC's anti-logging protests raise issues about journalists' decorum, access, and how stories about land protectors are framed. And Native Twitter gets a CNN pundit fired for spewing racist views about Indigenous people. 
Tiffany Lam
Producer
Tristan Capacchione
Audio Editor & Technical Producer

Thunder Bay host Ryan McMahon and photojournalist Amber Bracken take over in Jesse’s absence.

Further reading:

  • CAJ’s first statement about how RCMP injunctions were a concern for journalists
  • CAJ’s subsequent statement on their legal application to challenge RCMP’s injunction
  • Photojournalist Jesse Winter’s Twitter thread about access at Fairy Creek being better

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