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Vox Media

Staff writer, gender issues Posted on:  August 5, 2015 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 election to...

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Sarah Glover Elected NABJ President

August 7, 2015 Association faces prospect of second year in the red; . . . Glover says "setbacks just set you up for a comeback"; Ellison: cover laws allowing police to "take people's stuff"; BuzzFeed...

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NABJ Audience Sees Prince — for 2 Minutes

August 9, 2015 Busloads travel to Paisley Park studio complex (8/9/15); Sarah Glover elected NABJ president; . . . Glover says "setbacks just set you up for a comeback"; Ellison: Cover laws allowing...

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2 Reporters Face Charges in Ferguson

August 10, 2015 NABJ, Unity join media outlets in expressing outrage; Virgil Smith, V.P. for diversity at Gannett, to retire; NABJ likely brought more blacks than ever to Paisley Park; NABJ "Journalist...

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A Pulitzer to "the Voice of White Los Angeles"

August 12, 2015 In '65 Watts coverage, race complexities eluded L.A. Times; black men account for 40% of unarmed killings by police; Cincinnati outlets want video released of officer's slaying; Obama...

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Dutch Paper Uses "N-Word" In Reviewing Coates Book

August 14, 2015 Atlantic writer has defended term, but not used like that; Asian Americans in "candid convos" on newsroom coping; reporter among 6 killed as 5 burst into Mexican bar; suspect held in...

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Bond Urged Journalists to "Slay the Dragon"

August 17, 2015 Civil rights icon, 75, gravitated toward media; white journalists respond to canards about J-groups; AAJA to join with vote group in Las Vegas for '16; Politico has "whitest newsroom I...

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Covering Black Tragedy Takes a Toll

August 19, 2015 More newsroom diversity would ease the burden; video shows confrontation between Clinton, activists; veteran Rep. Louis Stokes dies, dad to two journalists; smaller newspapers typically...

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Connecting Trump With White Supremacists

August 24, 2015 New Yorker magazine is latest to explore ties; NAHJ knocks "anchor babies" term — Bush says he means Asians; Birmingham News sheds last black city desk reporter; right-wing sites force...

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A Black "Human Powder Keg" Needed Help

August 26, 2015 Va. shooting raises issue of race, mental health . . . a live shot is an "exercise in vulnerability"; Sharpton losing daily MSNBC show, moving to Sundays; Spanish-language media vent...

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How Katrina Changed Journalists' Values

August 28, 2015 News director: "New level of expectation for myself . . ."; "We can probably screen more," G.M. at WDBJ-TV says; Egypt sentences Al Jazeera journalists to three years; "anchor babies"...

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Media Fan Anti-Police Attitudes, Critics Say

August 31, 2015 Some on right link reporting to Texas deputy's slaying; Editorial writer: "Birthright citizenship" issue is personal; stories on Va. shooter say co-workers offered help; wrong man's...

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Roker Show Pulled; Followed Dispute Over Katrina

September 2, 2015 Weatherman challenged downplaying of anniversary; photos of drowned toddler too powerful not to show; Trump lashes out at Abdul-Jabbar after critical essay; station uploads video of...

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Are You Ready for Kanye vs. Trump?

September 4, 2015 New Yorker cover imagines the unimaginable for 2020; double standard seen in use of graphic videos; Charleston paper urges death penalty over massacre; FBI agents call after story on...

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Alternative News Media "Getting Whiter"

September 9, 2015 Women, LGBT people benefit most from diversity hiring; Charleston survivors speak out in NBC interview; Columnist: paying youth not to shoot is worth a try; U.S. black journalists...

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The Worst-Reported Stories About Detroit

September 14, 2015 Renewal underway, and whites get all the credit; . . . perceptions aren't all about race, but . . .; on 9/11, Arab American says things "seem to be getting worse" (9/14/15) Renewal...

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NAHJ Board Wants Equal Voting Status for P.R. Members

September 16, 2015 Members deciding on bylaw changes this week (9/16/15); the worst-reported stories about Detroit; . . . perceptions aren't all about race, but . . .; on 9/11, Arab American says...

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N.Y. Times Nabs Pulitzer-Winning Critic Wesley Morris

September 17, 2015 "Angry black woman" line laid bare lack of diversity; two black journalists among latest Daily News layoffs;   NAHJ delays decision on equal votes for nonjournalists, "no shortage of...

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Black Journalists Threatened After WDBJ Shooting

September 20, 2015 Roanoke television station secured restraining order; NAHJ messages: "Be bolder,""Do exactly what Ramos did"; Hsu named executive director of Maynard Institute; reaction surprised...

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NABJ's Sidmel Estes Hit by Mystery Illness

September 23, 2015 Friends start online fund drive to provide health care; Philly's fee for covering pope from risers: $1,500; Natives object to canonizing friar accused of cruelty; ex-publisher says...

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