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Who's Prosecuting? Almost Always, He's White and Male

July 8, 2015 Women of color said to be especially vulnerable; Dylann Roof's racism will be nurtured in prison; "blacks in the South aren't submissive, but practical"; Cosby's "blame the media" strategy...

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Michel Martin Gets Weekend NPR Host Slot

July 9, 2015 2 other black journalists rise in behind-the-scenes changes (7/9/15); who's prosecuting? Almost always, he's white and male; Dylann Roof's racism will be nurtured in prison; "blacks in the...

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Emotions on Display as a Flag Comes Down

July 10, 2015 Networks go live for South Carolina's historic move; New Orleans columnist backs mayor: Remove monuments; 5 bold moves that would make Native Americans shout; how much did the media...

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"Time's Been Up for All These Slurs"

July 13, 2015 Native journalists confident that the R-word will fall; Jason Begay elected to lead Native journalists association; Ta-Nehisi Coates gets the only endorsement he wanted; Brazil paper's...

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Utica College

Assistant/Associate professor of Journalism Posted on:  July 14, 2015 Utica College has a tenure-track Assistant/Associate professor of Journalism position open beginning August 1, 2015.   read more

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Mark Trahant and Richard Prince Discuss Confederate Flag at The Freedom Forum

MIJE Staff July 14, 2015 Video of Maynard board chair Mark Trahant and Maynard columnist Richard Prince discussing Confederate flag and sports team names with Gene Policinski of The Freedom Forum....

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"Shocked" by Obama's Answer About Cosby

July 15, 2015 No timidity in president's condemnation of rape; art critic urges Smithsonian to remove Cosby collection; story on Serena Williams' body rebuked as racist, sexist; judge backs news...

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Fox News Missing in Uproar Over Jail Death?

July 17, 2015 Social media elevate tragic case of Sandra Bland; Cornel West blasts Ta-Nehisi Coates; Dyson serves it back; C. Ron Allen, Fred Hamilton: Someone's looking for you; HuffPost moves Trump...

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To Publisher, Southern White Man Is Real Victim

July 20, 2015 "It was a ragged, besmirched flag, but it was his"; photo of black cop helping white racist goes viral; little progress, some retrenchment in TV, radio news; Dori Maynard among 11 NABJ...

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Questions, Videos Fuel Sandra Bland Story

July 22, 2015 Interaction in police stop, past suicide attempt at issue; NAHJ hires nonprofit veteran as executive director; Cosby mounts media campaign to save his reputation; Coates: "I don't think...

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National Enquirer Draws Blood

July 24, 2015 Hulk Hogan fired after reporters expose racist rant; ESPN drops Colin Cowherd over remarks about Dominicans; Obama urged to address press freedom in Kenya; few think race relations are...

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Cosby Cover Sparks Global Conversation

July 27, 2015 New York magazine features 35 women, empty chair; Obama urges Ethiopia to curb crackdowns on press; Washington Post examines human cost of reporting; spreading of rumors in Sandra Bland...

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Another Slight Slide on Newsroom Diversity

July 28, 2015 From ASNE: "Our industry isn't making progress" (7/28/15); Cosby cover sparks global conversation; Obama urges Ethiopia to curb crackdowns on press; Washington Post examines human cost of...

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Body-Camera Footage Fuels Viewers' Outrage

July 29, 2015 Networks show video of fatal Cincinnati encounter; Houston protesters denounce cartoon on Sandra Bland case; Philly anchor on leave after husband's indictment; when people feel like the...

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"Visuals Matter" in Cincinnati Coverage

July 31, 2015 Were media really out to make black people look bad?; black cop-white driver scenario said to miss the point; for Kenyan radio, an interview they'll never forget; ProPublica "working...

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Journalists in Ferguson Won't Be Charged

August 3, 2015 Media begin commemorations of portentous shooting; media gear up to assess Katrina's impact 10 years on; NAHJ names Martin, Pérez, Robles to Hall of Fame; Mexico City mayor vows hunt for...

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Marketplace

Associate Producer, Marketplace Posted on:  August 4, 2015 Position Summary:Marketplace is looking for an ambitious, creative radio producer with strong digital chops to help make our flagship show...

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Coverage Deflates Optimism on Race Issues

August 5, 2015 Six in 10 black men cite bad experience with cops; are outlets with scant diversity not coming forward?; NABJ says CNN kept its word, isn't Convention Sponsor; . . . Stuart Scott to join...

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American Public Media

Correspondent, News Posted on:  August 5, 2015 Correspondent #109-16News - American Public Media Location: St Paul, MN, USA Pay: $31.94 - $47.91 Hourly Full TimeFull Benefits To apply visit...

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Vox Media

Race and identity editor Posted on:  August 5, 2015 Vox Media DC OfficeVox.com is a user's guide to the news, helping readers make sense of everything from the protests in Baltimore to the 2016...

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