President Obama’s second inaugural address sent many like me looking for a better understanding of why he made mention of Seneca Falls, Selma and Stonewall. I have my answer and expect more from two journalism leaders Wednesday at University of Alabama.
The February 23, 2011 story of Dale Long as reported by NBC News’ Ron Mott as part of the second year of THE GRIO 100, represented progress in the effort to diversity both media images and the conveyors/producers of those images.
The University of Alabama is making headlines after a racial slur was used by one UA student to another student. Beyond acknowledging the incident and disciplining the offending student, the University must intensify its efforts to provide racial and cultural sensitivity training.
The fact that Elon University’s School of Communications showcases its core principles and values on an iPad is just one indication of how this journalism and mass communication program has positioned itself for the future.