Step 01: Report
What are the stories that you want to tell about yourself, your family, neighborhood, and community as it relates to COVID-19 and racism? Journalists share news stories so that others can understand what is happening and take action to make things better. Sometimes they don’t always report well on what is happening for Indigenous, Black, and POC communities. But you can share your news stories to change the world.
In Step 01 REPORT, learn how to tell news stories about what is happening in your community.
WATCH the How To Report videos from professional journalists from the Globe and Mail.
- How To Report E01: What is a news story?
- How To Report E02: How to write a story
- How To Report E03: How to take photos
- How To Report E04: How to make video
- How To Report E05: Editing: How to put it all together
Now, DO your own report and tell the stories important to you.
Focus on what matters to you about yourself, your family, neighborhood, and community as it relates to COVID-19 and racism.
- Talk to other people who might have interesting stories to share.
- Tell your story in words, photos, or video or all of them.
- Edit your story so that it connects to who you want to take action.
- Make and save a video of your report process for later. Check out the how to shoot guide.
Meet the Globe and Mail IMFTO Team
Matt Frehner, Globe and Mail
Sean Humphery, Globe and Mail
Patrick Dell, Globe and Mail
Gabe Gonda, Globe and Mail