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Being skeptical of sources is a journalist’s job — but it doesn’t always happen when those sources are the police
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Articles by Andrew Ramsammy

“Perhaps the gulf between journalism and audiences isn’t about technology or paywalls — it’s that the person delivering the news doesn’t reflect what I’m feeling.”
“The middlemen who profit — agencies, buyers, and the like. They’ve been waiting for a moment like this.”
“We will follow in the powerful footsteps of those who came before us, busting down doors, slapping away the hands who wanted to touch us, our bodies, our hair, our minds, just to say that diversity mattered. It didn’t.”
“News is not journalism if what’s being reported is only meant to extract value from communities as opposed to creating value within them.”