Media Roundtable: The killing of Gdańsk’s mayor & the LA teachers' strike
On this edition of Your Call’s media roundtable, we’ll discuss coverage of the killing of Pawel Adamowicz, themayor of the Polish city of Gdansk, and a critic of Poland's right-wing government. He died after he was stabbed during a public charity event.
Also, more than 30,000 LA teachers are on strike, demanding higher wages, smaller class sizes, and better support staff including nurses and librarians. How is this latest teachers strike being covered?
Christian Davies, Warsaw-based correspondent for The Guardian & Observer
Miriam Pawel, award-winning reporter, New York Times contributing Op-Ed writer, and author of The Browns of California: The Family Dynasty That Transformed a State and Shaped a Nation
The Guardian: 'Hatred is becoming more visible': shocked Gdańsk mourns slain mayor
The New York Times: What’s Really at Stake in the Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike
The Guardian: The killing of Gdańsk’s mayor is the tragic result of hate speech