Fellow Jina Moore: “Who gets to tell rape stories from Haiti?”

Fellow Jina Moore discusses the issue of consent in journalism:

There’s a debate raging about Mac McClelland’s reporting for Mother Jones last fall from Haiti. If you haven’t followed it, a personal essay for GOOD magazine about McClelland’s struggle with PTSD after spending time in Haiti ignited strong feelings – about the relationship between journalism and essays, about neo-colonial representations of the developing world, and other things.  All worthy big issues — bigger than this one article — but I’d like to focus on something else: Consent.


Jina also provides a link to the Dart Center Guide to Reporting on Sexual Violence available here. For more news and updates on Jina’s work, check out her website or follow her on Twitter.

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