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Resource ID: #1694
Subject: 242
Source: Charly Edsitty, Mary Hudetz, Trina Roache and Connie Walker
Affiliation: KTRK-Houston, The Associated Press, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Date: 2019

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The justice system's profound impact on Indigenous people has long been a tough topic to cover -- given a landscape of hard-to-reach communities, overlapping law enforcement jurisdictions and limited data. In this session, hear from journalists who have navigated the challenges to tell sensitive, groundbreaking stories about the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women, police misconduct and tribal jails. We’ll go over best practices for building trust with sources, and obtaining documents kept by federal and tribal governments.

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