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  • Brazil’s citizen journalists expose corruption
  • Brazil’s citizen journalists expose corruption
    Internews Europe (2012) ©
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Brazil’s citizen journalists expose corruption

In Brazil, many feel corruption and police brutality aren’t addressed by mainstream media channels, and a growing number of guerilla journalists have stepped in to fill the gaps in the national narrative. But with a recent spate of violence against reporters, they're risking their lives to do so.

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