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Limited Coverage Creates Distorted Images

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 30, 2012 Coverage decisions by mainstream media can help explain the gulf that sometimes exists between whites and people of color,  Also, the lack of diverse...

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Ethnic Sites Cast Wide Net to Cover Important Issues

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 30, 2012 The mainstream’s skewed view of life for people of color wouldn’t be so objectionable if a clear alternative wasn’t obvious.  The aggregation that supports...

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Times-Picayune Plans Point to Digital Divide

May 30, 2012 In New Orleans, broadband goes to whites, affluent; grad student from Syria killed filming in homeland; actor's biopic will join canon of bizarre racial tales; Thomas-Lester, El-Bashir...

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MIJE Contributor Joshunda Sanders to Appear on The Buzz, WDBZ 1230 AM

Event Date(s):  05/31/2012 - 16:30 Joshunda Sanders will appear on the SisterSpeak show on 1230 AM WDBZ The Buzz, to discuss her piece Media Portrayal of Black Youth Contributes to Racial Tension,...

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Media Must Carefully Scrutinize Abuses by U.S. Border Patrol

Author:  Nadra Kareem Nittle May 31, 2012 Victims of police brutality typically remain in the public consciousness long after cases that made them famous fade from the airwaves and headlines. Rodney...

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Maynard Grad Finalist for LA Press Club's 54th SoCal Journalism Awards

May 31, 2012 2010 Maynard Multimedia Editing Program grad Christopher Johnson is a finalist for 54th SoCal Journalism Awards from the Los Angeles Press Club. Christopher produced the radio feature...

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KMPH TV News | Fresno, CA

News Photographer/Video Journalist Posted on:  June 1, 2012 Deadline:  June 30, 2012 Category:NewsPosition/Title:News Photographer/Video JournalistDetails:KMPH TV News seeks a talented and agressive...

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Today’s Focus: Documenting Day-to-Day Indignities

Author:  Jean Marie Brown May 31, 2012 Difficulties and indignities are front and center in today’s coverage.  The Huffington Post and The Daily Beast post on a judge’s decision not to charge an...

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Jobs Report Coverage Dwells on Political Impact

Author:  Jean Marie Brown June 1, 2012 This month’s employment numbers are in and they aren’t good. The mainstream posts are fairly general, with emphasis on the politics around the numbers and the...

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Fire Official Out After Dissing Reporter

June 1, 2012 Mayor "unappoints" deputy who slapped away a mic; ESPN backs Hugo Balta's race for NAHJ president; Clinkscales to launch "digital sports platform"; Ed Gordon debuts radio show in Detroit,...

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Philly Voices: A Convening of Media Professionals

June 4, 2012 On April 30th the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists, held the second “Philly Voices” conversation...

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On the Mainstream Sites: Tiger Makes Good and Zimmerman Returns to Jail

Author:  Jean Marie Brown June 4, 2012 There’s little in the mainstream today that is exclusive to the experiences of people of color. There’s much ado about Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee celebration,...

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NAHJ Hopefuls Get Personal

June 4, 2012 Would-be candidates question motivations; New Orleans leaders oppose Times-Picayune cutback; series finds racial disparity on "Stand Your Ground"; Obama bashed in weekend news media;...

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Jai Blackmon, A 2012 JPS High School Graduate

Sondra Bell May 22, 2012 As adults, we watch children grow up and declare: “That boy (or girl) is going to be something someday.” Elawrence Jaishun “Jai” Blackmon was one of those kids. A member of...

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Walter Payton Center: A Place To Get Fit

Sondra Bell May 22, 2012 I have fallen and I can’t seem to get back to the track! Something seems to come up every afternoon with work, church, end of school programs and just life in general. Take my...

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Florence Resident Kicks Sugar

Mallory Pickering June 4, 2012 Around two years ago, Victoria Rayburn experienced a mild shock when she stood on the scale at her doctor’s office. She weighed in at 196 pounds. “I couldn’t believe...

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Grocery Shopping Is a Social Event, Not a Chore!

Donna Echols May 28, 2012 The smell of rotisserie chicken, fresh cut flowers in every color of the rainbow, and people waiting in line to take good things home. Are we leaving a party with favors? No,...

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Only Overweight Folks Can Get Diabetes, Right?

Donna Echols May 29, 2012 Diabetes is for folks who are overweight. Well, that’s what I used to think anyway. I’m a person with a small frame and a healthy weight, and quite frankly I thought diabetes...

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Healthy Choices

Emanuel Harmon May 15, 2012 My name is Emanuel Harmon and I’m a diabetic. I don’t want you to become one, too. Switching to a healthier diet is one of the best ways to prevent diabetes. My name is...

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Fresh Produce In My Community

Stephen White May 21, 2012 Growing up in St. Croix, I never really had a problem with finding fresh fruit and vegetables. However, I’ve noticed Jackson has a a lot of grocery stores, but not all of...

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