Mixed Results in This Week’s Media Coverage of 60th Anniversary of Brown Decision

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On this 60th anniversary of the historic Brown v. Board of Education decision, the mass media have done an ok, though not outstanding, job of explaining the key issues still at play in public education today. The 1954 decision declared … Read More

Former UA Dean Cully Clark Shares Foster Auditorium Story with NOSC 2012 Attendees

Cully Clark, a former dean of the University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences, returned to Tuscaloosa Tuesday night to share the story of the school’s integration with attendees at the 13th National Outreach Scholarship Conference. Clark was introduced by his successor, current dean Loy Singleton.

Did Soledad O’Brien Show Too Much Leg On Magazine Cover?

The depiction of CNN anchor and correspondent Soledad O’Brien on the cover of the August 4, 2011 edition of Diverse Issues in HIgher Education raises some interesting questions about the unintended impact of magazine covers, especially those related to gender and racial diversity.

UA Watches Soulmate

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Students at the University of Alabama taking a Race, Gender and Media Class comment on the Andrea Wiley documentary Soulmate. The topic for the evening was media portrayals of the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) community. Wiley addresses those from … Read More

Full Gospel’s Social Media Superstars Provide Awesome Advice for Church Media

Robin M. Ware and R. Pamela Adams are the social media superstars at the 18th Annual Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Conference in Atlanta.

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