Carleton panel discusses how to combat cyberbullying of female journalists
As the world grows more digitized, female journalists find themselves more and more vulnerable to intense cyberbullying. The urgent issue and some possible solutions were explored during panel discussion on Dec. 1 at Carleton University. The in-person and online event, titled “Journalists and Online Hate: What to do when the battlefield is everywhere,” was hosted by Carleton’s School of Journalism…
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With the pandemic putting his career on hold, independent comedian and comedy show host Danny Adhim’s life has been defined by uncertainty, but he is far from giving up.
Racial profiling in Canada can encompass your name, too
Netflix dropped a limited series about Colin Kapernick’s lifer and the NFL player starred in it. He took us on a journey back to his high school days as a quarterback and a baseball pitcher. But what many people may have not known is that he was adopted and raised by two white parents who knew nothing about Black culture.
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