Making the Case for Black with a Capital B. Again.
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Making the Case for Black with a Capital B. Again.

Meredith D. Clark, Ph.D., THE POYNTER INSTITUTE   (The Poynter Institute) — When I opened…

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Blacks in Newsroom at All-Time Low
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Blacks in Newsroom at All-Time Low

Fewer African-Americans since Civil Rights Era By Stacy M. Brown Special to the NNPA from…

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Report: Little Diversity Found in Sports Departments
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Report: Little Diversity Found in Sports Departments

KYLE HIGHTOWER, Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The number of jobs held by people…

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The New York Times Claims BDS is the Reason for ‘A Wedge Between Jews and Minorities’ on Campus
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The New York Times Claims BDS is the Reason for ‘A Wedge Between Jews and Minorities’ on Campus

(Salon) – Back in the 1890s, two newspapers, Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World and William…

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Is CNN as Bad as Everyone Thinks it is? Yes… and No
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Is CNN as Bad as Everyone Thinks it is? Yes… and No

Voices: A Relentless Crusader for Diversity is Lost
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Voices: A Relentless Crusader for Diversity is Lost

  (USA Today) – Journalism lost a courageous soldier this week. Dori J. Maynard, 56, who…

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How Facebook is Changing the Way its Users Consume Journalism
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How Facebook is Changing the Way its Users Consume Journalism

Ravi Somaiya, THE NEW YORK TIMES MENLO PARK, Calif. (The New York Times)— Many of…

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Diane Sawyer Steps Down as ABC News Anchor; Muir, Stephanopoulos Take New Roles
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Diane Sawyer Steps Down as ABC News Anchor; Muir, Stephanopoulos Take New Roles

Paul Farhi, THE WASHINGTON POST   NEW YORK (The Washington Post)—Diane Sawyer will step down…

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Popular Editor in Leg Irons for Offending Judge in an Editorial
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Popular Editor in Leg Irons for Offending Judge in an Editorial

Special to the NNPA from the Global Information Network Mar 31 (GIN) – The N.Y.-based…

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Renewed Efforts to Save Home of Journalist T. Thomas Fortune
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Renewed Efforts to Save Home of Journalist T. Thomas Fortune

Former home of journalist T. Thomas Fortune by Linda Shockley Special to the NNPA The…

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