In this year-end reflection, Manuela Vega speaks with senior editor Asmaa Toor, managing editor Kirti Vyas and chief editor Abhi Raheja about what it was like to work with predominantly racialized reporters and editors, remotely during COVID-19 and during calls for change in the Ryerson School of Journalism.
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Asmaa Malik and Gavin Adamson appointed; move follows resignations of former chair and associate chair
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Associate chair also resigns amid calls to address racism at the school
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Jacky Habib, Anita Li, Rudy Lee and Ivan Semeniuk began teaching in January
If we’re being honest, journalism is a calling. We play doctor with words, and magic with ideas; finding creative ways to tell stories that’ve been told a thousand times, or new ways to engage with a story for the first.