Duncan McCue On Canadian Media & Indigenous Peoples

Duncan McCue On Canadian Media & Indigenous Peoples

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John Ahni Schertow
August 1, 2014
 

Duncan McCue, CBC reporter, UBC Journalism professor and the founder/curator of Reporting in Indigenous Communities, discusses the role that media plays in shaping the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples as part of “Seeing Each Other: The role of media and Indigenous voices in reshaping relationships” a panel discussion held in Nanaimo, BC in January 2014.

Watch the entire panel discussion here.

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