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NPR Explores 'The Fear of Black Men in America'

NPR Explores ‘The Fear of Black Men in America’

by Carla Murphy on March 31 2015, 12:08PM

Add your voice to today’s Twitter chat at 12:30pm

Topics: /NOW, Society

Michel Martin Gets Her Own Live Show With NPR

Michel Martin Gets Her Own Live Show With NPR

by Jamilah King on September 15 2014, 3:36PM

She’s coming to a city near you.

Topics: Culture

NPR to End 'Tell Me More,

NPR to End ‘Tell Me More,” Eliminate 28 Positions

by Jamilah King on May 20 2014, 1:10PM

The change is due to budget cuts.

Topics: Culture

M.I.A. Talks About Learning the Language of Rebellion

M.I.A. Talks About Learning the Language of Rebellion

by Jamilah King on November 5 2013, 9:28AM

The artist’s fourth studio album is out and it’s getting mixed reviews.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

NPR Study Finds That Black Men Want Love, Too

NPR Study Finds That Black Men Want Love, Too

by Jamilah King on June 4 2013, 10:11AM

All the single fellas.

Topics: /NOW

Gene Demby at NPR’s ‘Code Switch’: As Our Demographics Change, Will Our Stories Follow?

by Channing Kennedy on April 16 2013, 9:05AM

NPR’s new race-and-ethnicity team makes its debut with real talk about race, language, and the ways our kids will power their identities.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

From ACORN to NPR: We Rate O'Keefe's Fake, Sadly Effective Stings

From ACORN to NPR: We Rate O’Keefe’s Fake, Sadly Effective Stings

by Channing Kennedy on March 16 2011, 5:24PM

No matter how badly he bungles it, his so-called journalism keeps getting the smear-job done.

Topics: Media, Politics

NPR's Vivian Schiller Resigns After James O'Keefe's Tea Party Prank

NPR’s Vivian Schiller Resigns After James O’Keefe’s Tea Party Prank

by Jamilah King on March 9 2011, 10:26AM

The conservative activist’s latest “sting” nets another progressive victim.

Topics: Media

Fox Wants to

Fox Wants to “Debate” Bigotry, and Juan Williams Makes It OK

by Kai Wright on October 25 2010, 11:17AM

So good for NPR for refusing to be associated with that.

Topics: Kai Wright

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