Welcome to Reset Magazine, an online publication which questions the idea of ‘normal’ as it lived and breathed before the pandemic.
COVID-19 has exposed the fault-lines in our society.
It laid bare the social and economic inequalities of racism. The lack of policy and planning for those vulnerable to abuse was evident. The entire philanthropy system matured at light speed to fill in the structural inequalities that used to be…normal.
But along with the bad came the good. Mutual aid communities sprung up all across to illustrate humanity and its kindness. It provided an impetus for positive changes to the most ingrained relics of our society.
The magazine will look at why and how the world, society, and our local community have changed to survive both COVID-19 and the truths it leaves behind. In this new world, what does it mean to press Reset?
The Reset Magazine staff is made up of students on the postgraduate International Journalism course at City, University of London.
Editor in Chief: Saumya Kalia
Managing Editor: Talia Samuelson
News Editor: Anne-Marie Provost
Features Editor: Francesca Adkins and Alice Crossley
Production Editor: Aurore Heugas
Art Director: Gaia Lamperti
Deputy Art Director: Noelann Bourgade
Chief Sub-Editor: Zoe Bell
Sub-Editors: Dominique Berg and Elizabeth de Jonge
Social media editor: Rory Jones
If you have any issues with the content, please contact: Dr. Paul Lashmar, Head of the Department of Journalism, City, University of London, Northampton Square London EC1V OHB, Paul.Lashmar@city.ac.uk
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