CBC reporter Salimah Shivji discusses her experience as a foreign correspondent in India in an interview with NCM.View More “I am itching to get back to India soon,” says CBC’s Salimah Shivji
Andres Machalski, founder and president of Canada’s only ethnic media monitoring and analysis operation, MIREMS, talks about the importance of supporting ethnic media outlets, which are invaluable in communicating crucial COVID-19 messaging to their diverse audiences.View More Role of Ethnic Media in the War against Pandemic
A career in journalism can mean risking your safety in many parts of the world. Refugee journalists based in Toronto share their stories of fleeing the dangerous situations at home in the documentary The Cost of FreedomView More The Cost of Freedom – Refugee Journalists in Canada
Canada’s major media outlets have good intentions, but they don’t yet have anything to show for their efforts at creating more diverse newsrooms.View More Are Canada’s Big Media Finally Tackling Equity Issues Head-on?
As Ontario prepares to enter a second lockdown this holiday season, Filipino-Canadians are finding ways to adapt to their traditionally large Christmas celebrations around COVID-19 safety regulations.View More Philippine Christmas Traditions in Canada: The Show Must Go On
It’s time to change the narrative, says Jason Mackay, founder of Collective Bunch, a new initiative to promote the participation of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in Vancouver’s film industry.View More On a Mission to Add More Colour to Vancouver’s Film Industry
Dear Journalism: Audiences of national media have too long been presumed to be white. A New York Times editor argues it’s time to change that.View More What Colour is Your Reader?
Meet Harnarayan Singh, the first Punjabi commentator for the NHL and an unmistakable voice of Hockey Night in Canada.View More Harnarayan Singh: A Punjabi Holler for Hockey
Toronto professor and chef Leo Chan has plans to revive the slowing business in Chinatown and preserve the area’s history on a digital archive.View More Reviving Chinatown Restaurants
Hana Shafi’s new book Small, Broke, and Kind of Dirty, features affirmations and images related to her own life, racism, feminism and pop culture. NCM’s Marcus Medford shares his interview with the award-winning poet and artist.View More Hana Shafi’s New Book Encourages Empathy and Self-care