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[Video] How Police Are Using Social Media to Lock Up Harlem Teens

[Video] How Police Are Using Social Media to Lock Up Harlem Teens

by Carla Murphy on December 11 2014, 12:23PM

New investigation sheds light on how digital surveillance affects teens in similar neighborhoods

Topics: Media, /NOW

Report: Sunday Talk Shows Rarely Mention Asian-Americans

Report: Sunday Talk Shows Rarely Mention Asian-Americans

by Jamilah King on September 30 2014, 12:29PM

A new study digs into the data and proposes solutions.

Topics: Culture

How a Latina Journalist Started the New York Times' Race Beat Play

How a Latina Journalist Started the New York Times’ Race Beat

by Jamilah King on July 9 2014, 11:39AM

Tanzina Vega is paving a new path at the country’s most influential newspaper.

Topics: Culture

Cleveland Business Mag Admits Diversity Problem

Cleveland Business Mag Admits Diversity Problem

by Carla Murphy on April 16 2014, 11:02AM

Out of 32 community leaders, one person of color chosen to represent Cleveland

Topics: Media, /NOW

Diversity Critics Target New Media Start-Ups

Diversity Critics Target New Media Start-Ups

by Carla Murphy on March 18 2014, 4:19PM

Next-gen media called out for not getting it.

Topics: Media, /NOW

Under Pressure, FCC Stops Asking Questions About Media Diversity

Under Pressure, FCC Stops Asking Questions About Media Diversity

by Carla Murphy on March 14 2014, 7:00AM

Or, how a little study about media access for people of color and women caused a big fuss

Topics: Media

Twitter Reacts to Upcoming George Zimmerman Interview

Twitter Reacts to Upcoming George Zimmerman Interview

by Carla Murphy on February 14 2014, 10:15AM

Upcoming CNN interview raises questions about media’s proper role.

Topics: Media, /NOW

Comcast's Merger With Time Warner Means Even Fewer Choices For You

Comcast’s Merger With Time Warner Means Even Fewer Choices For You

by Jamilah King on February 13 2014, 10:32AM

The deal is worth an estimated $45.2 billion.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Catch up on the Feminism's Twitter War Debate

Catch up on the Feminism’s Twitter War Debate

by Carla Murphy on February 7 2014, 11:17AM

And add your own thoughts.

Topics: Media, /NOW

Joy Reid Gets Her Own Show on MSNBC

Joy Reid Gets Her Own Show on MSNBC

by Carla Murphy on January 27 2014, 2:31PM

Reid’s new MSNBC daytime show debuts February 24.

Topics: Media, /NOW

Omaha Police Union Posts Online Video of Swearing African-American Toddler

Omaha Police Union Posts Online Video of Swearing African-American Toddler

by Carla Murphy on January 9 2014, 11:19AM

Toddler and three other children taken into child protective custody for “safety concerns.”

Topics: /NOW, Schools & Youth

Don Lemon Perpetuates 'Knockout Game' Hysteria

Don Lemon Perpetuates ‘Knockout Game’ Hysteria

by Aura Bogado on December 4 2013, 2:49PM

He does it again.

Topics: National Security, /NOW

Is the 'Pigford' Pushback a Case of Resistance Against Reparations for Black Farmers?

Is the ‘Pigford’ Pushback a Case of Resistance Against Reparations for Black Farmers?

by Brentin Mock on May 6 2013, 1:12PM

Ten scholars from major universities have risen to the defense of black farmers who were accused in a New York Times article of exploiting and defrauding a settlement made to remedy decades of discrimination in financial lending. In a letter…

Topics: Media, /NOW

Storytelling Across the Fluid Cultural Borders of the Americas

Storytelling Across the Fluid Cultural Borders of the Americas

by Jamilah King on February 8 2013, 10:05AM

Novelist Daniel Alarcón says his Spanish-language show, Radio Ambulante, aims to “quesiton how stories get told, and who tells them.”

Topics: Media

Insiders Say Jenni Rivera's Death Shows U.S. Media is Clueless About 'Mexican Anything'

Insiders Say Jenni Rivera’s Death Shows U.S. Media is Clueless About ‘Mexican Anything’

by Jorge Rivas on December 11 2012, 5:36PM

But the biggest media failures in the Jenni Rivera coverage were stories that led with comparisons between Rivera’s death and the murder of Mexican-American singer Selena Quintanilla.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

BET Co-Founder Says Network Reinforces Negative Stereotypes

BET Co-Founder Says Network Reinforces Negative Stereotypes

by Jorge Rivas on October 15 2012, 4:25PM

The co-founder says the network’s current content reinforces negative stereotypes of blacks in the U.S.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Latino Stereotypes Thrive in the Media, Negative Attitudes Dominate

Latino Stereotypes Thrive in the Media, Negative Attitudes Dominate

by Mónica Novoa on September 20 2012, 12:04PM

An important new study has confirmed many of our hunches about how negative media narratives and portrayals of brown people play out in the minds of non-Latinos.

Topics: Drop the I-Word

Helen Thomas Pays for Crossing a Line Others Trample

by Michelle Chen on June 8 2010, 11:38AM

By now you’ve heard: pioneering Washington journalist Helen Thomas has, thanks to a viral video interview, been pilloried for offensive comments about Israel and ousted from the press corps’ inner sanctum. Her words were definitely incendiary—Jews should “get the hell…

Topics: Media

Shoshana Johnson Wins CNN While Being Female, Black, Herself [VIDEO]

by Channing Kennedy on November 6 2009, 1:59PM

Comparing this data (from Media Metters’ Cable Diversity report): to this empirical evidence: … we can see clear benefits to white males in keeping women and people of color off the air. for those of you without audio: Crooks and…

Topics: Media

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