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Caribbean: How the Media Shapes Perception

Written by Janine Mendes-Franco On 27 February 2014 @ 1:57 am | No Comments

In Caribbean, Citizen Media, English, Haiti, Human Rights, International Relations, Media & Journalism, Politics, Protest, Quick Reads, Venezuela

Both Venezuela and Haiti have been facing anti-government protests. However, the international media’s escalation of the Venezuelan crisis and their complete silence when it comes to Haiti, raises some important questions about the United States’ inconsistency in upholding the values of human rights and democracy.

Kevin Edmonds [1] calls out the mainstream media.


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[1] Kevin Edmonds: http://nacla.org/blog/2014/2/21/protest-coverage-haiti-and-venezuela-reveals-us-media-hypocrisy

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