It’s Time to Change the Way the Media Reports on Protests. Here are Some Ideas.

It was Slate that arguably broke the media logjam.

For nearly a week, there had been nationwide protests after a bystander released video showing that George Floyd, a Black Minneapolis resident, died as a local police officer knelt on his neck. And for almost a week, national media made editorial choices, mirroring a framework social scientists have dubbed the “protest paradigm,” that often failed to frame the events of the day accurately.

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