The Reckoning: Holding the visual journalism industry accountable
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The internet and its various social media platforms have given anyone with a username – and a little courage – the opportunity to publicly speak their mind. Calling out, cancelling, and flat-out cyber bullying, you see it all these days. Host Tasneem Alsultan wonders, when it comes to the visual journalism industry, what are the roots of this phenomenon, and will it actually lead to change? She speaks with three people who have found different ways to speak out, all with the same goal of making the industry a little more fair for us all. Featuring Khadija Farah, Asim Rafiqui and John Edwin Mason
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