As we gather on Monday evening to review the concept of African American Heritage Month, here are some reasons to end the decades-old practice of celebrating black people’s achievements during the shortest month of the year.
It’s important that journalism students view themselves as not just authors or writers, but journalists from the day they begin studying journalism. Two University of Alabama graduate students seemed to shy away from the “journalist” label even as three of their classmates are inspiring a new generation of young journalists.
Men on the University of Alabama campus were asked to wear white on Monday, January 27 as a “Dress for Unity” to honor those who have passed on due to dating/domestic violence. On Tuesday, I’ll take part in a White Ribbon Forum at Gorgas Library at 7:30 p.m.
Willie Wilder, and 83-year-old freedom fighter told his story of marching with Dr. Martin Luther King today over breakfast at Stillman College’s Hay College Center.
New York Times Best-Selling Author Wes Moore provided lots of wisdom in his keynote address to the more than 4,000 attendees at the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools gathering in downtown Atlanta, Ga.
Tyrone Nelson, pastor of Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church urged more than 200 gathered for today’s Community Thanksgiving Service to
When it comes to mobile apps, I’ve tried Evernote and Tout and think both could help me as a mobile journalist.
Monday I gave a lunchtime lecture, “Researching Sports Media When You’re Not a Sports Fan,” in the College of Media and Communication at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Getting a chance to gain a new perspective on West Texas this week on a five-day visit to Lubbock for the Engagement Scholarship Consortium’s 12th Annual Meeting hosted by Texas Tech University.
Speaking at conference in Birmingham Saturday, Kathy Times, a former broadcast journalist and president of the National Association of Black Journalists, questioned some recent efforts by some of the nation’s broadcast newsrooms to emphasize a “diversity of thought” in their hiring while the number African Americans, Latinos and other underrepresented groups is dropping. .