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City Lends Black Community Paper $100,000

January 24, 2014 Some say accepting government aid crosses ethical line; . . . Bay State Banner says Globe wants to write its obit; report from free Morocco trip: Nation "travels within you";...

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Joy Reid to Host Own Show on MSNBC

January 27, 2014 The Grio to stay, despite fate of NBC Latino; Morrie Turner, pioneer comic strip creator, dies at 90; hate crimes unit investigates beating of arts journalist; individual racism, not...

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How Sherman 'Rant' Could Help Change Coverage of Black Men

Dori Maynard January 27, 2014 On a friend’s Facebook page, a commenter contended that the Richard Sherman controversy was just a sideshow. More important, she wrote, we should be focusing on the push...

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Steve Buttry on The Quest to Diversify Media and More...

MIJE Staff January 27, 2014 Steve Buttry, Digital First Media, digital transformation editor, on how diversity requires more than one-off efforts and the steps Digital First Media has taken to hire...

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Alicia Shepard on The Quest to Diversify Media and More...

MIJE Staff January 29, 2014 Alicia Shepard, independent journalist and media critic, discusses the need to diversify sources to include more women and people of color.   Follow Alicia on: Twitter:...

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Benét Wilson on The Quest to Diversify Media and More...

MIJE Staff January 29, 2014 Benét Wilson, freelance journalist & blogger, discusses media hiring practices and the challenges and opportunities of Newspapers 2.0.   Follow Benét on: Twitter:...

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Southern California Public Radio

Intern Posted on:  January 30, 2014 Deadline:  February 21, 2014 Intern, Off-Ramp #517-14Location:    Pasadena, CASalary Range:    VolunteerBenefits:    NoEmployment Type:    Intern - Part...

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Collin Tong, SPMJ '76, Featured Reading and Book Signing

MIJE Staff January 29, 2014 Collin Tong, SPMJ '76, has completed a new book, "Into The Storm: Journeys With Alzheimer's," an anthology of stories by 23 journalists, writers, educators, social workers,...

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Arrest in Beating of Gay Arts Journalist

January 29, 2014 Police sought "Hispanic," but arrested a "black male"; Charles V. Pittman, diversity advocate, to retire in march; race missing from president's diagnosis of inequality; Egypt to try...

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100 Questions and Answers About Americans

MIJE Staff January 30, 2014 As an editor in Detroit in the 1990s, Joe Grimm created a guide to help journalists understand the area’s large Arab American community. Last year, Joe, now a visiting...

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Southern California Public Radio

Intern, KPCC's Crawford Family Forum Posted on:  January 30, 2014 Intern, KPCC's Crawford Family Forum Online Production #516-14Location:    Pasadena, CASalary Range:    $11.50 /...

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Southern California Public Radio

Photo/Video Journalist Posted on:  January 30, 2014 Photo/Video Journalist (photographer/videographer) #176-14 (two positions available)Location:    Pasadena, CASalary Range:    $28.71 -...

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"SNL" Teaches Us "Diversity" Means Assimilation

January 31, 2014 Writer says most blacks on show have not been happy; Cold-Weather Super Bowl has firsts for media, Latinos; study details white male dominance of Sunday talk shows; MSNBC staffer fired...

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"Negro Cocaine Fiend" Stories Echo Today

February 3, 2014 Author says articles helped shape modern drug policy; in O'Reilly vs. Obama, who really won?; Super Bowl highest rated show in U.S. television history; ABC hires Maria Shiavocampo as...

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Karen Magnuson | Mentor

MIJE Staff February 7, 2014 I'm originally from Detroit but my career in journalism has given me the rich experience of living in a dozen different places across the nation.I spent seven years of my...

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Mailbag Questions | Online Mentors Project

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Obama to Fox: "What Are You Gonna Do When I'm Gone?"

February 5, 2014 O'Reilly's ratings highest since Boston Marathon bombing; media botch report on workforce exits under health law; week's reporting finds privilege extended to white men; $25 million...

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American Public Media | Los Angeles, CA

Senior Reporter, Technolgy and Education Posted on:  February 6, 2014 The Senior Reporter is the lead reporter on Marketplace’s new Education and Technology Reporting Initiative, funded by the Gates...

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Black Press Did Not Seek Grant Money for Morocco Trip

February 10, 2014 "It's a lot of work . . . That doesn't mean it shouldn't try"; anchor forced off air wins DUI case, but can she return?; Samuel L. Jackson "lost it" after being called Fishburne;...

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Lonnie Isabel | Mentor

MIJE Staff February 14, 2014 Lonnie Isabel is director of the International Reporting Program at City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism. Alums from the program are working as...

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