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Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met

Lia Chang takes us behind the scene at The Costume Institute’s spring 2015 exhibition, China: Through the Looking Glass, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and created this pictorial. This is part one of a two-part series.  By LIA CHANG The Costume Institute’s spring 2015 exhibition, China: Through the Looking Glass, a collaboration between The Costume Institute and … [Read More...]

Reaction was swift after NPR's Steve Inskeep tweeted that a Cleveland City Councilman would riot if a police officer is acquitted for shooting Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams in 2012.

WHY NPR’S ERRONEOUS REPORT ON CLEVELAND ‘RIOT’ MATTERS

Almost everybody, including local and some national media, is on pins and needles awaiting the verdict in a case involving the murder of two unarmed residents by a Cleveland police officer. But how did a Cleveland council member get quoted as promising to riot in his ward if the officer is acquitted? Blame it on the narrative that so often frames coverage of police brutality in … [Read More...]

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Professional and citizen journalists gathered at the Allen Youth Center in Allen, SD to learn how to use their own voices to tell their own stories.

Changing the Narrative: Reporting On Native Americans

ALLEN, S.D. — The word “media” often carries negative connotations in Native communities. There is a pervasive feeling of exploitation when mainstream media visits; looking at the poorest and the dirtiest is often the goal of those stories. A tiny community in … [Read More...]