In a connected world, news travels at alarming speeds--and gets analyzed, labeled, and packaged by the Western news gaze at a dizzying clip. Often with extractive and reductive effects. But, as they join newsrooms, launch media outlets, and create meaning through independent journalistic work, women of color around the world help refocus and broaden the scope of reporting, public policy analysis, and narrative perspectives. These four panelists will speak to the myriad ways they have done just that in their adopted countries, especially when covering news from their home countries.