Last spring, after a five-week visit to Rwanda, veteran television journalist Claude Adams produced two news pieces for the CBC. Together, the stories challenged the prevailing view about healing and reconciliation in that Central African country, 13 years after the genocide. In this article for JournalismEthics.ca, Adams questions the ethics of reporting negatively in a fractured country, and explains why he told the story of a people still torn with anger rather than recount the government’s vision of a country on the road to reconciliation.
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