Coverage Analysis

Axing Rapper’s TV Special Puts Focus on Black Parent Coverage

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Author: 
Joshunda Sanders
Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Roberto Delgado

Reality of Slavery Distorted By Media and Pop Culture

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Author: 
Nadra Kareem Nittle
Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Photo illustration by Roberto Delgado

Covering Multiracial America Requires Historical Perspective

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Author: 
Nadra Kareem Nittle
Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Illustration by Roberto Delgado

Media Tend to Ignore Nation’s Many Undecided Asian Voters

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Author: 
Joshunda Sanders
Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Illustration by Roberto Delgado

In Hurricane’s Wake, Ethnic Media Are a Lifeline to Immigrants

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

By Anthony Advnicula

Romney’s “47 Percent” Remark Highlights Media Stereotyping

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Author: 
Nadra Kareem Nittle
Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Graphic by Roberto Delgado

Muslim-Americans Decry Media Portrait of Followers of Islam

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Author: 
Nadra Kareem Nittle
Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Graphic by Roberto Delgado

First Black Female Network TV Reporter Debuted 40 Years Ago

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Author: 
Alice Bonner
Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Michele ClarkDuring the peak season of presidential politics 40 years ago, a striking young newswoman appeared in the World Room of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. Her visit was much anticipated, and she was rightly introduced as a star, fresh from campaign coverage.

Faces of Color at RNC? Mostly at the Lectern

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Author: 
Nadra Kareem Nittle
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Graphic by Roberto Delgado

Worrying about My Black Boy’s Future in America

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Author: 
Allison R. Brown
Wednesday, September 5, 2012

My husband and I fuss and fret over our black boy.

Like other parents, we worry about a lot. We want him to use his smarts for good. Do we coddle him too much? We want him to be tough and kind, but assertive and gentle, and not mean. His boundaries of independent exploration are radiating outward, concentric circles growing farther and farther from us.

We wring our hands and pretend to look away in acknowledgment that he’s ready to claim his freedom, even as we cast furtive glances his way. We’re beginners in the worry department. He’s only 9 years old.