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