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Growing Up Black In Journalism And My NABJNAHJ '16 Experience
Michael D. Sykes, II
A young, black reporter trying to make my way in journalism.
I’m black and I’m a reporter. Those are two things that generally don’t mix.
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Hillary Clinton Held Her First Press Conference of 2016 -- Or Not
"I am not sure what else you could call it,” says Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon.
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Hillary Clinton To Address Hispanic, Black Journalists At Convention
It's expected to be the largest gathering of journalists of color since 2008.
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HuffPost Journalists Nominated For Prominent Awards By NABJ, NAHJ
This is exciting news!
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CNN, NYT Asked To Drop 'Illegal Immigrant' Ahead Of Debate
While the Times has evolved in its use of the term, CNN declined to say whether it would recommend its on-air talent not use it.
Hispanic Journalists To Survey Race In Spanish-Language TV After Univision Incident
MSNBC Head Pledges To Boost Diversity After Cinco De Mayo Disaster
Hispanic Journalists Demand MSNBC Apologize For Cinco De Mayo Segment
Journalist Loses Everything In Harlem Explosion
Fury Over Latino Vote Panel
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CNN Hit Over Diversity
The National Association Of Black Journalists Convention Explained
People of color are still in the minority in the United States and a even smaller percentage in the workforce. Ergo, any time there is a journalism conference not specifically labeled as, for people of color, it will be attended predominately by white folks.
KNBC's Commitment To Diversity Questioned Following Demotions Of Hispanic Talent
No Diversity On CNN’s New Lineup
Cindy Y. Rodriguez
Sotomayor's Treatment in the Media; On Being Talked About but Not Being Allowed to Talk
Esther J. Cepeda
Opinion journalist and an expert on the issues of U.S. Hispani...
You know how English-only speakers dislike it when Spanish-speakers chatter away within earshot? Now imagine how Hispanics feel in a similar situation: here's a national story about the first Latina Supreme Court Justice nominee, but we're not allowed to speak.
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