Stepping Up to the Mic: New community journalism class now reporting

In our first issue of 2014, Megaphone features articles, photoessays, and letters to the editor from graduates of our fall Community Journalism 101 class. Speaking from their own perspectives as low-income, indigenous, artists, we share the work of these newly trained scribes, writing on issues ranging from bike paths, to safe crack smoking kits, river pollution, and much more. 

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Also in this issue: The Supreme Court of Canada strikes down three major anti-prostitution laws; a B.C. court reluctantly orders the removal of a controversial Abbotsford homeless camp; Megaphone vendor Kris Kronk details his return to writing in the most unlikely and unsupportive of places: a Quebec penitentiary; a new skateboarding program introduces Cambodian youth to half-pipes and healthy living; and much more!

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