CANADALAND
CANADALAND
Jan 20, 2021
Short Cuts #293 - A Fired CBC Employee Is Vindicated
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Reporter Ahmar Khan tried to blow the whistle on systemic racism at CBC... and they fired him. Maclean’s publishes a big, powerful list. Ryan McMahon guest co-hosts with Ryerson journalism professor and former APTN news boss Karyn Pugliese.

References:

  • More details about Ahmar Khan's case
  • Canadian Journalists Anti-Racism Coalition statement in support of Ahmar Khan
  • More information on Indigenous journalist Kyle Edwards being selected to be a Nieman fellow for his reporting on Indigenous resilience during COVID-19
  • The Maclean's Power List itself

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The Experiment
The Experiment
The Atlantic, WNYC Studios
The Sisterhood
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31 min
In the Bubble: From the Frontlines
In the Bubble: From the Frontlines
Lemonada Media
Andy Slavitt from Inside the White House
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50 min
Doing Justice
Doing Justice
CAFE
Episode 5: “Long Shot Justice”
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