How journalists can expertly report on Muslim communities and discrimination without perpetuating stereotypes.
Sarah Hagi, writer, Vice, Broadly
Sarah Hagi is a staff writer for Broadly and Vice, based in Toronto. Her work has appeared both online and in real life.
Joyce Smith, professor, Journalism, Ryerson University
RSJ associate professor Joyce Smith is the original director of Ryerson’s online journalism program, and has also taught research, diversity, religion reporting and creative problem-solving classes to undergraduate and graduate students at all levels. She is delighted to be teaching JRN 510/NNS 510 Religion Reporting, and for the first time, the fully online course JRN 319 Special Topics in Journalism Practice: Reporting on Indigenous Issues.