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New Video Explores How Journalism Could Heal Using International Reparative Practices

What Journalists Can Learn from Global Repair Movements” Details Three Major Practices Across the World

News Voices, a project of Free Press that builds people power to win local media collaborations that people need to thrive, is hoping to spark a major conversation with a recently released video titled What Journalists Can Learn from Global Repair Movements.” The video, available on YouTube and Free Press’ website, is the second in an ongoing series dedicated to raising awareness about media harm and building support for reparative journalism.

The 5-minute video highlights . We highlight three international examples of repairing harm and how this work is modeled in other cultures and after other major inequities. 

“Newsrooms aren’t the first to try and repair harm and there is a lot we can learn from other communities,” said Diamond Hardiman, reparative journalism manager for Free Press. “To support processes that bring about healing, we should look to other cultures and nations to see what has worked and what can be adapted for our needs.” 

Often, this work happens in closed-off conference spaces where newsroom leadership meets; however, Media 2070, a project committed to radically transforming oppressive systems in the media, says instead news leaders should begin practicing transparency immediately and bring readers and the community in to help them fix that past coverage. 

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