Content Magazine - Number 36
Date Written: 01/10/1973
Year Published: 1973
THE PRESS AND THE POOR
Editorial and the National Council of Welfare survey
Ron Haggart comments on the middle-class point of view of Canadian papers
Kathy Tait reports on the peaking and decline of reporting on poverty and welfare issues in B.C.
Roger Bellefeuille enjoyed true freedom or reporting on the poor at La Soleil in Quebec City
Ken Kelly says the conspiracy of silence against the poor is due in part to government suppression and a secretive bureaucracy
In Halifax, the 4th Estate emerged as an alternative press to provide the coverage of the black and poor communities
The coverage of the Welfare Council's report was "pitiful" according to ken Whittingham
Starting a radio station
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