In a Highly Polarized Environment, How Do You Find the Truth? Lessons Learned From Reporting on Venezuela:
A panel exploring GV experiences and beyond in writing about the situation in Venezuela. There are more than two sides to the conflict(s) there, and all of them think that they have a monopoly on the truth and that everyone else is wrong (and perhaps dangerous).
As it tends to happen in internal conflicts, there are links with history and complext elements that complicate things... Also, as an author, you have your own opinions.
How do you check your own biases when attempting to present the facts of the matter? And how to write a story in which you need to tell so many other entangled stories at the same time?
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