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"We Didn't Want All White Guys or All White Women"

October 17, 2012 Debate's inclusion of broader issues was intentional; filmmaker finds Puerto Rican "Obama" in the Bronx; Smiley irate at cancellation by Chicago Public Radio; Unity seeks consensus on...

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Debate Scorecard Has Obama Up, Crowley Under Attack and the Wives in Pink

Author:  Jean Marie Brown October 17, 2012 Tuesday’s debate takes over the homepages as everything from the candidates’ posture, to Candy Crowley’s behavior to Michelle Obama and Ann Romney’s outfits...

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White Crime Victims Favored In Mainstream Media Reports

Author:  Nadra Kareem Nittle October 18, 2012 In December 1995, American Journalism Review wrote about a year-old Chicago study documenting that white victims of crime received more television news...

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In the Headlines: Binders, Bruce and Voting Advice from the Boss

Author:  Jean Marie Brown October 18, 2012 The latest catchphrases, buzz about Bruce Springsteen and reports of voting advice from employers are making the rounds on the campaign trial read more

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Obama and Romney Share Spotlight at Fundraiser

Author:  Jean Marie Brown October 19, 2012 No surprise, the presidential race continues to dominate both mainstream and ethnic websites. There are common threads, such as the appearance of both...

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When Newsweek Was Respected for Its Race Coverage

October 19, 2012 Four alumni reflect on demise of print edition; black, Spanish networks didn't broadcast debate; NAHJ votes to join SPJ-RTDNA convention; AP clarifies: "Illegal Immigrant" is not the...

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Media Focus on Polls, Polls and More Polls as Election Day Nears

Author:  Jean Marie Brown October 22, 2012 The campaign trail produces plenty to post about, but polls are the dominant theme. There are breakdowns on various voting blocs, as pundits look at older...

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Obama "Wins" Final Debate

October 22, 2012 Pundits debate Romney's agreements with President; Obama said to be more assured on race; supporters in two cities struggle to honor Ida B. Wells; Dorothy Russell, first Asian...

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With Debates Done, the Chatter Escalates

Author:  Jean Marie Brown October 23, 2012 It seems everyone wants to have say on the final debate of the campaign. Topics range from who won and poll results, to snappy lines and straight analysis ....

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Palin’s “Shuck and Jive” and Salon Piece on Bias Ignite Talk About Race

Author:  Jean Marie Brown October 24, 2012 The election continues to dominate website coverage. Race is in play as Salon considers whether the President faces a double standard and Sarah Palin...

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WKBW-TV | Buffalo, NY

Newscast Director Posted on:  October 25, 2012 WKBW-DT, the ABC affiliate in Buffalo, NY has an immediate opening for a Newscast Director who is experienced with Ross Overdrive or similar automated...

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The Questions That Haven't Been Asked

October 24, 2012 Debates skipped faith, justice, Southern Hemisphere; "Debate ends abruptly as Obama punches Romney in face"; Romney wants cabinet reflecting "fabric of America"; Obama hopes for end...

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The Emma Bowen Foundation

Paid Internships for High School Seniors and College Freshmen Posted on:  October 25, 2012 Deadline:  January 31, 2013 The Emma Bowen Foundation is a National PAID Internship Program.  2013 will mark...

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Ethnic Sites Provide Variety, With Reports From Anti-Gay Violence to...

Author:  Jean Marie Brown October 25, 2012 There’s a lot of activity on the campaign trail, but there’s also plenty of news for people of color on ethnic sites. The effectiveness of hate legislation,...

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Coverage of Affirmative Action: Too Simplistic, Lacking Context

Author:  Nadra Kareem Nittle October 26, 2012 When the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Oct. 12 on Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, affirmative action was thrust back into the...

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Covering a Racially Polarized Electorate

October 26, 2012 AP poll: 51% express explicit anti-black attitudes; did debate commission "play" the journalist groups?; Stephen A. Smith denies uttering N-word on air; BET, Bossip, Madame Noire rise...

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WKBW-DT | Buffalo, NY

Weekend Meterologist Posted on:  December 11, 2012 WKBW Channel 7's Eyewitness News in Buffalo, NY seeks a degreed meteorologist with a minimum two years experience. Knowledge of weather in Western...

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Station: It Was About Policy, Not Hair

December 12, 2012 News director says Rhonda Lee had been warned; . . . NABJ urges latitude from stations, employee discretion; Demby to join NPR's race-relations reporting team; U.S. projected to...

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If Only Mitt Romney Had Read My Book Before Talking About Obama's "Gifts" to...

Eric Deggans December 13, 2012 Tampa Bay Times TV/Media Critic Eric Deggans recently published Race-Baiter: How the Media Wields Dangerous Words to Divide a Nation. Here is his take on media, race and...

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Health of the Hood: Ivy Hill – Clean, Serene, Not Too Mean

December 12, 2012 By Debora Gordon - I went looking for signs of bad news around my neighborhood, such as an absence of fresh food options, or liquor stores or no street lights. Maybe a strong police...

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