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Are You Ready? Dialogue Series: Race in the Media

Arts and Culture: Let's look beyond the headlines to examine how race intersects with the news in surprising and complicated ways

Wed
19
Feb
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Five Myths About African Americans and the News: If you think the news runs too many stories about black troublemakers and the reason is the media are racist, think again. That’s the message from media scholar Kirk A. Johnson, who invites us to look beyond simple assumptions about how the news works. Drawing from classic scholarship and the latest research, Johnson invites us to look beyond the headlines into a world where race intersects with the news in surprising and complicated ways. Dr. Kirk A. Johnson-Professor of Sociology and African American Studies

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