Reflections on the politics of capitalization.
Coverage of Toronto's gang and gun violence perpetuates a dangerous narrative that puts Black communities in the crossfire
Coverage of Toronto’s gang and gun violence perpetuates a dangerous narrative that puts Black communities in the crossfire.
20 Black Canadian journalists to celebrate this month (and every month!) For Black History Month, we compiled a list of reporters who’ve made significant contributions to Canadian journalism. While many are well-known, others are doing substantial work that must be recognized. If there’s a journalist we missed, please contact us and we’ll add him or […]
The RRJ is pleased to announce we will now capitalize “Black” and “Indigenous” in all of our stories, online and in print. More details about how and why we made this choice will be featured in our upcoming print issue, which will be out in March 2016.