Another Editor Out, Uncertainty Continues at Ebony

Another Editor Out, Uncertainty Continues at Ebony

Richard Prince reports in Journal-isms that Tracey M. Ferguson, who in February was named editor-in-chief of a revived Jet magazine, then in May was also given the editorship of Ebony, has left the company. Michael Gi...

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WEAA Radio Station Debuts a New “Voice of the Community”

WEAA Radio Station Debuts a New “Voice of the Community”

The 40-year-old radio station at Morgan State University, WEAA 88.9 FM, underwent a major change in programming at the beginning of October. Dean DeWayne Wickham explains those changes here and invites your comments. He had announced th...

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Rochelle Riley Takes on a New Platform: Radio

Rochelle Riley Takes on a New Platform: Radio

“Hello, Detroit, and all parts east and west of our beloved city.” With those words on Sept. 5, Rochelle Riley, the 2017 recipient of the National Association of Black Journalists’ Ida B. Wells Award, launched a daily show o...

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Herb Boyd on Detroit: Black v. Hollywood

Herb Boyd on Detroit: Black v. Hollywood

Legendary journalist, author and professor Herb Boyd joined Dr. Jared Ball once again to discuss his latest book and to also lend important context to the recently-released film Detroit. Click here for that interview....

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  • Shaking Up Notions About Parenting September 6, 2017
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REPORTING OFF KEY in ANTHEM PROTEST CONTROVERSY

REPORTING OFF KEY in ANTHEM PROTEST CONTROVERSY

Milton Kent, Faculty Contributor

Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen’s Sept. 25 column was full of fury and righteous indignation, with his strongest rhetorical thunder aimed at athletes who dared to kneel before the previous week’s...

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Black Journalists Navigate Bumpy Trump Landscape

Black Journalists Navigate Bumpy Trump Landscape

September 1, 2017

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Black Press on Exhibit in National African-American Museum

Black Press on Exhibit in National African-American Museum

Deborah Bailey, Ph.D., Contributor

Friends and fans of the black press will find its influence is ubiquitous in the National Museum of African-American History and Culture (NMAAHC), which rests prominently and appropriately in the shape of a crown in the shadow of the Washington Monument on the corner of 14th Street and Constitution Avenue. From the tools of the craft to one of the most powerful stories ever carried by black media – ...

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