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The Brayden Bushby trial has once again raised some uncomfortable questions about how stories involving Indigenous people get reported by settler journalists. Jesse sits down with CBC’s Jody Porter, whose recent essay for Maisonneuve touches upon her experiences reporting on “Indigenous issues” and how writing about other people’s pain can be a way of hiding from your own.

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