From an episode of The RapPresented by Areej Nur

Interview

The Rap: How The Media’s Framing Of The Unrest In Minneapolis Will Shape The Public’s View Of Protests

Danielle K. Kilgo, Assistant Professor of Journalism, Equality and Diversity at the University of Minnesota, joins Areej to discuss how local media in the United States has been portraying the protests, the media’s power to shape the public opinion of the protests, including for some protestors themselves, the impacts of misinformation, the role of diversity in the media, weaponised use of language, how we can change the existing systems of media, and more. To dive deeper, read Danielle’s recent article in The Conversation.

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Danielle K. Kilgo
Listen to The Rap: How The Media’s Framing Of The Unrest In Minneapolis Will Shape The Public’s View Of Protests23:383 June 2020