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Southern California Public Radio

Producer, Digital News Posted on:  July 18, 2013 Producer, Digital News #106-14 read more

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American Public Media

Intern, Marketplace Posted on:  July 18, 2013 Deadline:  August 1, 2013 Intern, Marketplace #500-14Location:    Los Angeles, CASalary Range:    $10/hourExempt/Non-Exempt:    Non-ExemptBenefits:...

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Marketplace

Intern Posted on:  July 18, 2013 Deadline:  August 1, 2013 Intern, Marketplace (Washington D.C.) #502-14Location:    Washington, DCSalary Range:    $10/hourExempt/Non-Exempt:    Non-ExemptBenefits:...

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Marketplace Morning Report

Intern Posted on:  July 18, 2013 Deadline:  August 1, 2013 Intern, Marketplace Morning Report #501-14Location:    Los Angeles, CASalary Range:    $10/hourExempt/Non-Exempt:    Non-ExemptBenefits:...

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Marketplace Morning Report

Senior Producer Posted on:  July 18, 2013 Senior Producer, Marketplace Morning Report #108-14 Apply for this job online at AmericanPublicMedia.com read more

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Obama Remarks on Verdict Followed Black Prodding

July 19, 2013 Commentators criticized president's silence on race; Smiley dismisses speech — book recalls Obama-West clash; Native American Journalists Association marks 30 years; Jet magazine...

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Native Americans on Trayvon Case: "Welcome to My World"

July 22, 2013 Indians cite long history of unequal justice; 2 surveys document racial divide on Zimmerman verdict; Sharpton plays multiple roles almost simultaneously; Bennie Ivory retiring after...

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Trayvon's Parents to Join NABJ Convention

July 24, 2013 Confusion marks others' plans to boycott Florida; KTVU fires 3 veteran producers over Asian-names prank; growing number of Latinos consuming news in English; Latinos say anti-immigrant...

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Southern California Public Radio

Product Manager, Mobile News Experience Posted on:  July 25, 2013 Product Manager, Mobile News Experience #107-14Location:    Pasadena, CASalary Range:    $82,254 - $123,381Exempt/Non-Exempt:...

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Voting Rights Act: 48-year-old landmark law dealt a blow with the stroke of a...

By Charles Graham July 25, 2013 The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was recently modified in June 2013 by the U.S. Supreme Court. The changes affect key provisions of the act, specifically Sections 4 and 5....

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Three Ways Racism Continues to Oppress Today

By Roderick Red July 19, 2013 The civil rights movement is widely recognized as one of the most significant events in American history. That being said, and seeing that the movement’s climax was a...

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Video: Remembering the civil rights era while facing a challenging future

By Michelle Simon July 24, 2013 Johnny Coleman, a history teacher at Oakley Youth Development Center, shares his experiences with civil rights and racism in the 50s and 60s and thoughts on the current...

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You Mean We’re Not “Entitled” to Our Civil Rights?

By Rachel James-Terry July 22, 2013 You may have heard of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act.  The ruling means Mississippi and several other states will no...

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Oregon Public Broadcasting

Investigative Environmental Journalist Posted on:  July 29, 2013 Summary:OPB seeks an Investigative Environmental Journalist to join our team delivering big-impact environmental coverage for public...

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Armstrong Williams Eyes Another Station

July 29, 2013 Commentator may benefit from Sinclair's latest purchase; people of color stall at 19.4% of local TV workforce; media don't discuss race when it applies to them; Don Lemon scored for...

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CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship

Diversity Fellows Posted on:  July 31, 2013 Deadline:  December 13, 2013 CBC-UNC Diversity FellowshipThe CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship Program is an intensive hands-on workshop led by professionals at...

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Does Detroit’s Bankruptcy Raise Red Flags for Jackson?

By Mukesh Kumar July 28, 2013 Detroit declares bankruptcy; we walk into uncharted territory of Chapter 9, and panic if it is coming to a city near us. Charlie LeDuff, author of “Detroit: An American...

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South Jackson Residents React to Zimmerman Verdict and Fallout (VIDEO)

By Roderick Red July 31, 2013 The reaction to the Zimmerman trial has been equally compelling as the actual trial. The trial galvanized the entire black community in this country. Even the President...

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The Black Man – Myth or Reality?

By Rachel James-Terry July 26, 2013 The widely anticipated trial of George Zimmerman gave birth to a plethora of heated debates. It was a constant see-saw of opinions regarding the Stand Your Ground...

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‘The Voting Rights Act is just the beginning’

By Timothy Torrey July 27, 2013 I want to tell you a story about a farmer being plagued by wild hogs digging and rooting up his land, destroying his crops and costing him a lot of money. So, what is...

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