Imagine that

- “Imagine you want to make the people in your neighborhood become aware of an issue that directly affects them. Imagine the government is deceitful with the general public. Imagine you would like to assist in preventing harm to an underprivileged community. Imagine necessary services are not provided to those who need them. Imagine a group of citizens is being discriminated against. Imagine that.”

- “Imagined. Now what?”

- “First and foremost, it’s time to do your own research.”

- “Easier said than done.”

- “Indeed, to begin with, the evidence you want to search for might be challenging to find. You may have to break through a wall built by those in power to gain access to a transcript you want to see, or have access to crucial, related information.”

- “Are you saying that the established media could be exclusively enforcing the standards of a biased society where the privileged ones are used to the preponderance of their views? This happening at the expense of the dissenting voices?”
 
 - “Imagine that.”

- “Okay, if the media channels do not present a precise and impartial description of events, I need to depend on my own research to find proof of partiality in witnesses’ stories of injustice.”

- “Yes, in a world that is full of bias, the voices that go unheard by the mainstream media are brought together through the power of research. It helps you and I - us and them - support each other, gather evidence of the wrongs that are not reported, and bring attention to the issues.”

- “Imagine that.”