In Canada, Palestinian journalists can’t be ‘objective’

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Ever since I was a child nestled on the couch, watchingAl Jazeera with my dad, I’ve always wanted to be a journalist. I was fascinated by the strength it took for reporters to ask the uncomfortable questions. Accountability and service journalism for the people. As the daughter of exiled and displaced Palestinian parents, I was exposed to a dichotomy of North America versus the world. I watched as the US invaded nation after nation, and how the US and other invading powers were celebrated by the major news outlets like The Economist. I also witnessed a different kind of repression in the Gulf….

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