How the Role of Personal Expression and Experience is Changing Journalism


As a young journalist, Dion Lim pitched what she thought was an obvious story: A local nursery was running a racial slur on a billboard, shortening one word in their advertising for Japanese maple trees.

“I failed in the way that I pitched this story because I expressed so much anger and displeasure at the owners; I had made it personal,” she said...

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