Richard Prince's Journal-isms™

"Time's Been Up for All These Slurs"

Monday, July 13, 2015

Native journalists confident that the R-word will fall; Jason Begay elected to lead Native journalists association; Ta-Nehisi Coates gets the only endorsement he wanted; Brazil paper's use of lynching photo stirs debate; former Memphis anchor still outspoken as council chair; Smiley, on "Face the Nation," blasts Trump coverage; local papers heralded internment camps as job providers (7/13/15)

 

Emotions on Display as a Flag Comes Down

Friday, July 10, 2015

Networks go live for South Carolina's historic move; New Orleans columnist backs mayor: Remove monuments; 5 bold moves that would make Native Americans shout; how much did the media underestimate Donald Trump?; Puerto Ricans flee for mainland, only to find hardship (7/10/15)

 

Michel Martin Gets Weekend NPR Host Slot

Thursday, July 9, 2015

2 other black journalists rise in behind-the-scenes changes (7/9/15); who's prosecuting? Almost always, he's white and male; Dylann Roof's racism will be nurtured in prison; "blacks in the South aren't submissive, but practical"; Cosby's "blame the media" strategy didn't work; judge upholds cancellation of Washington team trademark; Latinos pass whites as California's largest ethnic group; Donald Trump says he'll win Latino vote; appeals court upholds unpaid internships; D.C. NPR affiliate brings diversity to underwriting voices (7/8/15)

 

 

Who's Prosecuting? Almost Always, He's White and Male

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Women of color said to be especially vulnerable; Dylann Roof's racism will be nurtured in prison; "blacks in the South aren't submissive, but practical"; Cosby's "blame the media" strategy didn't work; judge upholds cancellation of Washington team trademark; Latinos pass whites as California's largest ethnic group; Donald Trump says he'll win Latino vote; appeals court upholds unpaid internships; D.C. NPR affiliate brings diversity to underwriting voices (7/8/15)

 

AP Wins Release of Incriminating Cosby File

Monday, July 6, 2015

"America's dad" admits giving women sedatives for sex; S.C. Senate votes to take down Confederate flag; ESPN moves celebrity tournament from Trump golf club; Whitlock alienated too many other journalists, writer says; nearly half a million party at Essence Festival; Bay Area TV crews robbed while reporting on homicide; Houston examined as example of economic segregation; Detroit Muslims reclaim working-class black neighborhood (7/6/15)

 

More Dump Trump

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Columnist sees irony in Univision's defense of Mexicans; another reporter quits — can't afford to live on her salary; Nigerian journalist says he was beaten into a coma; journalists advised to add context to church burnings; police killings of mentally ill demonstrate lack of training; textbooks, monuments still lie about Confederacy; Obama opposition to team name thwarts move; 5 reasons Puerto Rico is treated more like a colony; ProPublica offering $4,500 stipends to students of color (7/1/15)

 

Latinos Applaud NBCU's Trump Dump

Monday, June 29, 2015

Company drops Miss Universe, Miss USA after protests; a Nashville editor tells readers of his same-sex wedding; Johnny and Jamal? This Jamaal defies the code; why some Southern blacks don't mind Confederate flag; . . . didn't talk "heritage" when black areas were razed; Pulitzers' centennial to honor civil rights coverage; HuffPost starts "Black Health Matters" initiative; Bonnie Red Elk championed free press in Indian Country; Bankole Thompson leaves Michigan Chronicle in dispute; opinion editor tracks down story of N.Y.'s first black cop (6/29/15)

 

Praise for Obama, and Then a Dead Mic

Friday, June 26, 2015

President's eulogy in Charleston made for riveting TV; mindset behind Confederate monuments mirrors that for flags; can't fault media for not reporting Charleston story; were they "plantations" or "slave labor camps"?; news networks in overdrive on same-sex marriage ruling; ProPublica basks in fair housing decision; Trump, Univision battle after insult to Mexicans; Japanese native tells story of Navajo code talkers (6/26/15)

 

Lester Holt: "It's a Big Deal" to Be Able to Represent

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

New NBC anchor sensitive to race, tech, Western issues; PBS suspends Gates series over Ben Affleck deletion; NABJ president rebukes Don Lemon over N-Word stunt; Charleston paper puts legislators on the record on flag" . . . Confederacy was treason in defense of a deeper crime"; twice as many killed by non-Muslim extremists as Muslims; Washington Post, Univision to partner for '16 coverage; Alessandra Stanley to leave N.Y. Times TV beat; discussion of capitalizing race names is a century old (6/24/15)

 

S.C. Newspapers Play Role in Flag Debate

Monday, June 22, 2015

The State out front — black paper most hardline; Obama's mention of N-word gets bleeps, headlines; "Meet the Press" blunders with all-black inmate video; Derrick Jackson taking buyout from Boston Globe; Lester Holt starts new role — Max Robinson would approve; NPR reveals WWII experiments on enlisted men of color; Facebook wants applicant of color for each open position; MTV, Vargas plan film on young whites' racial identity; Cari Champion promoted to anchor of "SportsCenter"; Puerto Rican Day planners accept Daily News statement (6/22/15)

 
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