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N.Y. Post beats back racism lawsuits Updating: N.Y. Post Beats Back Racism Lawsuits: Judge Rejects Charges of Hostile Work Environment . . . in today's "Journal-isms" http://bit.ly/IE6FLr
Garry D. Howard out as Sporting News editor Updating: Garry D. Howard Out as Sporting News Editor: Helped Publication Reinvent Itself as Web Property . . . in today's "Journal-isms" http://bit.ly/18BdwSt
Caution urged on teen "knockout" story; councilman elected in media Caution Urged on Teen "Knockout" Story: Vacuum of Information on "Trend" of Attacks by Black Teens Councilman Elected in Media Fail Held on DUI, Pot Charges
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Books by journalists of color for the holidays Looking for the right holiday gift? Books by A. Peter Bailey Jinx Coleman Broussard Alfredo Corchado Ericka Blount Danois Lolis Eric Elie Hattie Kauffman Gil
"Worst of the worst" are all black men; Pryor, Rock regretted their "Worst of the Worst" Are All Black Men: Tenn. Paper Catches Heat for Front Page Array of Mug Shots Pryor, Rock Regretted Their Use of the "N-Word" Paid
White writers join N-word debate; Al Jazeera testing S.F.-based Inte White Writers Join N-Word Debate: " 'You Don’t Get It; You’re White.' . . . Doesn’t Work for Me." News Organizations Challenge White House on Photo
CNN pumps up Don Lemon; J-students urged to skip "apartheid-era" cit CNN Pumps Up Don Lemon: Some Debate Whether Commentaries Are Appropriate Stark Differences in Cable Coverage of Typhoon, Health Care Sheila Solomon, Longtime
Fw: JFK cemented ties with blacks: Journalists shared in determined Apologies -- this message went to the wrong address yesterday. R.P. On Tuesday, November 19, 2013 10:18 AM, Richard Prince wrote: JFK
Updating: Raul Ramirez, Reporter, Editor and Educator, Dies at 67 Updating: Raul Ramirez, Reporter, Editor and Educator, Dies at 67 http://bit.ly/17BNxth http://mije.org/richardprince/journalism-fail#Ramirez or via the home
Media Missed It: Winning Candidate Served Time for Murder; Complaint A Journalism Fail: Media Missed It: Winning Candidate Served Time for Murder Complaints About Cohen Touch on Gender as Much as Race 4Radio Journalists Killed,
Columnist Richard Cohen hoist with his own petard; "$200 for every r Poor Writing, Race and a Suspect History: Columnist Richard Cohen Hoist With His Own Petard "$200 for Every Red-Skin Sent to Purgatory" Black Press Group Says
Media scramble on Philippines typhoon; Incognito says he regrets usi Media Scramble on Philippines Typhoon: Colorado Teen Found as American Face on Tragedy Incognito Says He Regrets Using "N-Word" With Martin Freed Miami Herald
Updating: Miami Herald reporter freed in Venezuela Updating . . . Miami Herald Reporter Freed in Venezuela: U.S. of "Enormous Assistance" Despite Frosty Relations . . . in today's "Journal-isms"
Miami Herald reporter held in Venezuela; Dolphins' Jonathan Martin t Miami Herald Reporter Held in Venezuela: Detaining Journalists Has Become "Recurring Practice" Dolphins' Jonathan Martin to Tell Story to NFL Investigator
AP, N.Y. Times say "terrorist" not so easy to define; Elizabeth Varg Don Lemon Protests, "I Am Not Supporting Stop-and-Frisk": CNN Anchor Reviled for Commentary on Joyner Radio Show AP, N.Y. Times Say "Terrorist" Not So Easy to
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Newspapers won't rock boat on tributes to "Lost Cause"; Ray Suarez j Monuments to Supremacy: Do Not Disturb?: Newspapers Won't Rock Boat on Tributes to "Lost Cause" Ray Suarez Joins Al Jazeera America 2 French Journalists
Obama likes "bull sessions" with columnists; Cleveland Indians' "Chi Obama Likes "Bull Sessions" With Columnists: Handful of Black Journalists Have Participated Accused of Racism, Writer Finds Home at National Review Michael
Judge greenlights N.Y. Post racism trial; CNN wanted the wrong perso Judge Greenlights N.Y. Post Racism Trial: Hostile Work Environment for People of Color Alleged San Francisco Chronicle Won't Use "Redskins" Team Name Latinos
Ray Suarez: "NewsHour" "didn't have much of a plan for me"; Hallowee Elaine Rivera Dies, Wrote About Underdogs: Onetime NAHJ Board Member Was Both Compassionate, Funny Karen Dunlap Retiring as Poynter Institute President
Updating: Karen Dunlap Retiring as Poynter Institute President Updating: Karen Dunlap Retiring as Poynter Institute President http://bit.ly/1g7rFst
Updating: Elaine Rivera dies, wrote about underdogs Updating: Elaine Rivera Dies, Wrote About Underdogs: Onetime NAHJ Board Member Was Both Compassionate, Funny . . . in today's "Journal-isms"
Unity is dead, co-founders say; FCC moves on ownership by Hispanics, Unity Is Dead, Co-Founders Say: NABJ's 2011 Pullout Called Beginning of the End FCC Moves on Ownership by Hispanics, Others of Color Denise Bridges, Maynard
Grambling Shows Deterioration to Media; Atlanta paper sorry for "40 Grambling Shows Deterioration to Media: Institution Lost 57% of Its State Funding in Past Six Years . . . NABJ Plans Council to Examine College Student Media
Updating: NAHJ Votes 13-2 to Leave Unity NAHJ Votes 13-2 to Leave Unity: After 13-2 Vote, Balta Wishes Remaining Members Well . . . in today's "Journal-isms" http://bit.ly/1cbQ5Ai
Refusal of stimulus money aided Grambling's deterioration; WashPost Grambling Turmoil Snares Student Editors: 2 Suspended Amid Football Walkout Over Deterioration Post Employees' Tribute to Graham Includes Community Ties NAHJ
Re: Updating: Grambling Turmoil Snares Student Editors Updating: Will Sutton says he supports the Gramblinite but also the administration's actions; Frank LoMonte, executive director of the Student Press Law
Updating: Grambling Turmoil Snares Student Editors Grambling Turmoil Snares Student Editors: Online Editor Fired, 2nd Suspended Amid Football Walkout (developing) . . . in today's "Journal-isms"
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Journalists of color scarce at shutdown scene; posing as journalists Journalists of Color Scarce at Shutdown Scene: Does a Picture from Capitol Hill Tell the Story? Black Paper in Richmond, Va., Drops "Redskins" Term White House
New Fusion network features light-skinned Latinos; NAHJ leaders say New Fusion Features Light-Skinned Latinos: Professor Asks, Where Are Diverse, Homegrown Hispanics? Karen Lincoln Michel, Native American Gannett Editor, Exits
Gold diggers, Jezebels and baby mamas! Survey: Black women portrayed Gold Diggers, Jezebels and Baby Mamas!: Survey: Black Women Portrayed Negatively in Media Judge Orders Heart & Soul Owners to Pay Writers Reginald Stuart,
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