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Moving beyond the media's 'deficit lens' is essential for racialised peoples to claim belonging. Here's how they're doing it

By Sukhmani Khorana, Senior Research Fellow, Western Sydney University
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Deficit discourse is created, in part, by a mainstream media and screen culture that is overwhelmingly white and doesn’t reflect the cultural diversity of its population.The Conversation

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