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FEATURING COLLETTE WATSON & ALICIA BELL - Since the inception of American journalism, newspapers and other media have reflected the same white supremacist culture that exists in society. Often, they have even fueled it. Addressing this ugly history and calling for media justice and reparations, Collette Watson, of Media2070 writes in YES! Magazine that, “Media reparations means redistributing power and resources to realize a future in which Black people control their own stories and narratives from ideation through production and distribution.”

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