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Yellowhead in the Media
Recent Media Features
June 2, 2022, The Anishinabek fight for a fair share of their own pie (ep 291), Media Indigena
June 1, 2022, Tiktok is more than just a frivolous app for lip-syncing and dancing, The Conversation
May 26, 2022, Why should First Nations people care about provincial politics?, TVO.org
May 24, 2022, Opinion: Reconciliation can’t be achieved with only symbolic gestures, The Globe and Mail
April 22, 2022, Barometer project tracks public opinion to gauge progress on reconciliation, University Affair
Recent Media Coverage
May 27, 2022, What could help people understand land claims and self-governance? Cabin Radio
May 27, 2022, A Year after Kamloops, What’s Changed?, The Tyee
May 20, 2022, The Ontario election is about many things. Indigenous issues aren’t among them, observers say. CBC News.
May 14, 2022, Here’s a breakdown of the major party platforms in Ontario’s election campaign, CBC News
Principles for Media
If we are able to connect media to a source (and this is never a guarantee), the following is expected:
Arrive at any scheduled interviews promptly (including any pre-interviews)
Explain the context and framing for any interview or panel
Ask for pronouns and correct pronunciation of names/titles
Attribution, even if the interview is for information but ultimately makes it into a story
Compensation where appropriate, especially if the interview or panel is for broadcast
To the greatest extent possible, the opportunity for review of any quotes prior to publication
A general ethic of respect for any Yellowhead people willing to share their time and knowledge
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