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GateHouse Media

Desk Copy Editor/Page Designer Posted on:  June 13, 2012 GateHouse Media is building a team of quality copy editors who not only can clean up copy and sharpen a headline, but also lay out attractive...

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Robin Roberts’ Announcement Gets Wide Coverage

Author:  Jean Marie Brown June 13, 2012 Robin Roberts, Usher, Pedro Hernandez and D’Angelo take center stage in the mainstream. Reports on rising health care costs, Florida’s voter purge, allegations...

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An Expected Promotion and a

Author:  Jean Marie Brown June 13, 2012 Rev. Fred Luter Jr.’s expected election as the first black president of theSouthern Baptist Convention and reporter Gina Chon’s resignation from the Wall Street...

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Alabama Cuts Hit Hard at Diversity

June 13, 2012 600 jobs lost at Times-Picayune, 3 other papers; buyouts prompting "the next wave of journalism"; Mark S. Luckie leaves Washington Post for Twitter; correspondents of color trending at...

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WBBM-TV, CBS 2 | Chicago, IL

Executive Assistant/Research Associate Posted on:  June 14, 2012 Title: Executive Assistant / Research Associate Level: Full TimeDepartment: ExecutiveDate: June 2012Purpose of position: Reports...

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Media Depictions of Asian-Americans Lack Important Depth

Author:  Joshunda Sanders June 14, 2012 From New York Knicks basketball star Jeremy Lin to Priscilla Chan, wife of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the mainstream media usually portray...

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Health of the Hood: Sizing up Park Boulevard

June 14, 2012 In my neighborhood, it is mostly quiet. The silence is gently punctuated for the most part by birdsong and the occasional passing car. Only once on my excursion do I see and hear a car...

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Health of the Hood: 18th & Park/Haddon and Ivy Hills

June 15, 2012 By Edward Cervantes - Starting on Merritt Avenue and walking down the Cleveland Cascade to Lakeshore Avenue, I head south along Lake Merritt, where people walk, jog, and bike along...

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Health of the Hood: Castlemont/Golf Links

June 15, 2012 By Howard Dyckoff - In my neighborhood, there are no bookstores, or supermarkets or restaurants. There are no dress shops, no dry cleaners, no pharmacies or drugstores. These services...

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Health of the Hood: Between Upper Diamond and Laurel

June 15, 2012 By Jian Di Liang - In general, my neighborhood is really quiet. The streets are narrow and clean. The restaurants, school, stores and so on are mainly located on MacArthur Street. Not a...

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Health of the Hood: Mills College/Seminary Ave

June 15, 2012 By Katherine Brown - Each of our correspondents took roughly a 3 square-block walk around their neighborhood, taking stock of the area’s services, stores, homes, schools, and especially...

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“Don’t take away my ‘Shine’”: New Film Spotlights Bay Area Youth Facing...

June 15, 2012 By Katherine Brown - The atmosphere of the room is thick with joy and hope. Young women donning colorful, flowing gowns, and beautifully coiffed hair, laugh and giggle as they line up...

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Health of the Hood: Maxwell Park

June 15, 2012 By Katrina Davis - I've lived in this neighborhood since I was 2 years old. It's pretty quiet and suburban. I know some of my neighbors, and they even come over from time to time for...

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Health of the Hood: Maxwell Park

June 15, 2012 By Ronald Owens - The neighborhood is primarily residential, with single family homes on Walnut Street. Walking west on High Street from Walnut Street, the residences are mostly...

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Health of the Hood: 73rd & Bancroft/Eastmont

June 15, 2012 By Sheila Blandon - My neighborhood is one long narrow block. The streets are very close together with long blocks. There are a lot of homes with families, only a few apartments. The...

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Health of the Hood: Lockwood

June 15, 2012 By Michael Holland - The overall health of the area in my opinion is poor. From diesel fumes, loud music, questionable people hanging out on corners, closed businesses, and a wealth of...

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Health of the Hood: Merritt/Cleveland Heights

June 15, 2012 By Sabirah Mustafa - I began my journey through my family’s neighborhood in the Lake Merritt area of East Oakland. My starting point was on Lester Avenue. This diverse, working-to-middle...

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Wrong Kind of Shout-Out to Obama

June 15, 2012 Even Fox News calls reporter's breach disrespectful; a year after disclosure, Vargas makes Time cover; NAHJ hopefuls pledge to forgo personal attacks; shallow coverage of Asian Americans...

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Obama’s Immigration Decision Makes Headlines, While Coverage Remains Skewed

Author:  Jean Marie Brown June 14, 2012 There’s breaking news this morning with the announcement that the Obama administration will stop deporting some young undocumented immigrants and instead...

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Selena Gomez’s Shorts vs Discussion of Labels and Ethnicity? Ethnic Sites...

Author:  Jean Marie Brown June 14, 2012 There’s little outside-of-the-box coverage of or about people of color in the mainstream: Selena Gomez is still wearing shorts, some Republicans don’t like any...

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