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The dedication ceremony for the Gwen Ifill Black Heritage Forever Stamp, honoring one of the first African-Americans to hold prominent...
By: Richard Prince—"Journal-isms"
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Gwen Ifill Honored On Black Heritage Forever Stamp
The dedication ceremony for the Gwen Ifill Black Heritage Forever Stamp, honoring one of the...
Entertainment Studios CEO Byron Allen, fast becoming one of the nation’s largest African American owners of local TV stations, is expanding...
A white copy editor at the Patriot Ledger in Quincy, Mass., owned by what is soon to be the nation’s largest newspaper company, quit on the...
The storied Chicago Defender is ending print operations and will go all-digital, Hiram E. Jackson, CEO of parent Real Times Media,...
“For any Black folks who work in media, you know the struggle of getting access to celebrities — even other Black celebrities,” NewsOne...
With fellow African-Americans often their focus, New York Times editorial writer Brent Staples and Darrin Bell (pictured), a...
Syracuse University journalism school dean Lorraine Branham died April 2 after a battle with cancer Julie McMahon reported for the S
“The Journalism & Women Symposium stands in solidarity with award-winning journalist Brittany Noble Jones (pictured) and other women...
New Jersey authorities are investigating the case of a black high school wrestler who was forced to cut off his dreadlocks if he wanted to compete,...
Jeff Fager, only the second person in 50 years to oversee CBS-TV’s “60 Minutes,” was fired September 12, 2018, for allegedly sending a...
His voice slowed by Parkinson’s disease, the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr. implored black journalists Saturday night not to forget their legacy of...
“When USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative published the results of its study on diversity in film criticism last month, the ‘news’ that the...
Steve Guinn, a white, 80-year-old Phoenix retiree, thinks there are too many African Americans — women, in particular — on the television channel he...
Harold Jackson (pictured), editorial page editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer since 2007 and one of the few African Americans in that...
 
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