Whether in Australia, Ghana, Panama or Arizona, reporters face a challenge to accurately represent indigenous people who have cultivated a rich culture for centuries. The outside journalist's perspective can warrant its own set of considerations, that when ignored, can leave a people misrepresented and unfairly stereotyped.
GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Perspectives of indigenous journalists
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