Mallick’s main criticism against the RRJ was that they had turned a blind eye to the lack of diversity at the publication’s own hosting program, the RSJ, which Mallick refered to as “stale, male and pale.”
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RyersonianTV: April 6, 2016 : Black Lives Matter Toronto Controversies, RRJ Facing Backlash, and Ryerson Sunshine List
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Ryerson alumni and former School of Journalism chair Don Obe died on Nov. 7 at Toronto General Hospital after a period of declining health. He was 78. Obe graduated from the Ryerson Institute of Technology in 1959 and would return to the school to take the journalism chair position from 1983 to 2001. His journalistic career spanned both magazines and […]
Unpaid magazine internships in Ontario have been shut down as a result of a ministry crackdown, which will continue throughout the month. The Ontario Ministry of Labour inspected Toronto Life and The Walrus last week and told the magazines their unpaid internship programs failed to meet the Employment Standards Act (ESA). Both magazines shut down their programs Friday and the […]