by Carla Murphy on February 25 2015, 11:53AM
Maynard fought for diversity, representation, fairness and excellence in news media.
by Aura Bogado on February 17 2015, 4:09PM
Seasalt & Co. writes that “seeing the noose wasn’t meant to think of a certain race being hung. It was left empty to represent that we refuse to be judged and hung in a non [literal] sense.”
by Aura Bogado on January 29 2015, 1:57PM
Lynch turns the table on the media’s obsession with him.
by Carla Murphy on January 27 2015, 12:39PM
Washington,D.C., panel looks at how media covers race post-Ferguson and Staten Island.
by Aura Bogado on January 21 2015, 2:21PM
¿Sí se puede? More like ¡No Se Puede!
by Julianne Hing on January 14 2015, 11:41AM
“If you’re high enough, orange chicken ain’t so bad.”
by Carla Murphy on December 11 2014, 12:23PM
New investigation sheds light on how digital surveillance affects teens in similar neighborhoods
by Carla Murphy on November 24 2014, 11:38AM
Interview threatens to get out of control as Giuliani uses “black-on-black crime” to explain high white police presence.
by Carla Murphy on November 10 2014, 3:39PM
Abandoning net neutrality would end the Internet as we know it, the president says.
by Carla Murphy on October 31 2014, 1:14PM
He doesn’t ignore periodic eruptions of racial violence but focuses on the less visible systemic roots of these incidents.
by Aura Bogado on October 22 2014, 3:40PM
Can the corporation do right by marketing a new top-level domain?
by Julianne Hing on October 20 2014, 7:00AM
How Time acknowledged but ended up succumbing to the pitfalls of writing about Asian-Americans in the U.S.
by Carla Murphy on September 29 2014, 3:21PM
Her new memoir is, “A Cup of Water Under My Bed”