Colors Magazine #86
¡Viva la print! Colors Magazine #86 examines the relevance — or irrelevance — of journalism and independent thought in today's news media. As horrors go unreported across the world, how are people really getting news? The Spanish-English version of Colors paints a picture of the rapidly dwindling role of free media across the world, illustrated by the following venture: "News is Something Somebody Doesn't Want Printed." This issue contains some intense images, just a heads up.
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