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Burma’s Ethnic Media Thrives Despite Post-Coup Crackdown

Burma’s “ethnic media” provides news and information to communities, located in the ethnic nationality homelands, in languages such as Shan, Karen, Mon, Kachin, Chin, Rakhine, and Rohingya. Since the 2021 military coup in Burma, ethnic media has played an outsized role and now faces challenges in continuing to serve their communities and the world with on-the-ground coverage and analysis.

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