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“I Have the Passion to Grow My Community and My Country”: A Perspective on the Media’s Role During COVID-19

“I Have the Passion to Grow My Community and My Country”: A Perspective on the Media’s Role During COVID-19

6 Comments

  • This is good piece.

  • Thank you Sabine, this is a great piece. As a Sierra Leonean, and Advance Practice Nurse & Educator in USA & Sierra Leone, we know the media has one of the most important roles in not only dissemination of accurate information but helping us frontliner effectively do our jobs. I hope the media helps us to bring hope to our crisis and helps our world visualize solutions.

    • Thank you for your comments, glad you enjoyed the article.

  • Thank you Zainabu for the comment, and all the hard work is on the part of essential workers and journalists who are trying to do what they can during a crisis. I was just doing a small part to showcase that and see how we Americans can learn from it.

  • Thank you Esther for being a part of it.

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