brazilian journalism observatory

20190329 bjo edition #24 | read the previous edition

A new type of national coverage

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| An interview with two journalists from the São Paulo's periphery about their book Identity and Ancestral Power: Stories of Women Within the Periphery of São Paulo. "The main goal of the two women writers was to show the trajectories of resistance that permeate the lives of women in the outskirts, in order to inspire other young women who live in these places", wrote Jéssica Moreira. | How the construction of Belo Monte dam has affected local journalism in the Amazon city of Altamira. | Brazil’s Podcasting Boom is Just Beginning, an interview (in English) with journalist Paula Scarpin. | Jornada Galápagos de Jornalismo (Galapagos Journalism Journey), a new journalism program that emphasizes diversity and a new type of national coverage, from Knight Center (in English). "We want to know the people and their realities. If we have the goal of shedding light on those corners of Brazil that are not being covered, with a different look from ours, we have to listen," said founder Alecsandra Zapparoli. |

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