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Articles by Candis Callison

Candis Callison is an associate professor in the University of British Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism and a visiting professor at Princeton.[/ednote]
“What, where, and when a crisis began becomes much harder to pinpoint if underlying conditions already form layers of crises.”
“Indigenous journalists provide distinctive approaches for thinking differently about borders, ecological issues, and the deep relevance of histories of colonialism.”
“Indigenous journalists and media counter this systematic bias often by reporting on what isn’t covered (or covered well, or covered consistently) by other media. But also — and this is a crucial difference — they do so by turning to Indigenous people as experts on their lives and their histories.”