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“Culturally responsive journalism actively involves community members in the storytelling process, ensuring their perspectives shape the narrative. It requires thorough research and respectful engagement to authentically represent the diversity and nuances of different cultures. This approach strives to amplify underrepresented voices, challenge stereotypes, and foster a deeper understanding among audiences.”

– Alice

Inspired by history-making journalist

Alice Allison Dunning (1906-1983), became the first female African-American correspondent to receive White House credentials and the first African-American female member of the Senate and House of Representatives press gallery. Dunning was the daughter of a sharecropper, she grew up in poverty and endured segregation and sexism. She persisted through extreme hardship to fulfill her dream to become a journalist and became the first black woman accredited to cover the White House.

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