A journalist’s efforts to dismantle the Soviet Union’s legacy of media censorship in his country

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May 30 · 9 min read

Lithuania isn’t known for having a strong independent media tradition, but a group of journalists — who are ready to take risks — are changing that.

Karolis Vyšniauskas — a journalist from Vilnius paving the way forward for independent media and relational journalism in Lithuania. © Ilmė Vyšniauskaitė
The nearly 15 journalists that make up Lithuania’s Nanook collective. © Nanook Multimedia
A glimpse of Nyla’s photo-audio exhibition at Lithuania’s National Library. © Mindaugas Drigotas
Community debated hosted by Nyla at Vilnius University. © Mindaugas Drigotas

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