Search Results for: Josmar Trujillo

Nov 24 2015

A Day in the Quality of Life at the Manhattan Institute

The Manhattan Institute's panel on "Quality of Life" (photo: Manhattan Institute)

Last week I rolled up to 7 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan for a “Quality of Life Panel” hosted by the Manhattan Institute, one of the city’s most influential conservative think tanks.

Jun 10 2015

Concocting a Crime-Ageddon to Promote Police Power

NYPost photo: Crime Scene Do Not Cross

The media-driven conversation on policing and public safety begins with the simplistic premise that the amount and aggressiveness of policing solely determines the crime rate.

Dec 1 2014

Forgetting Ferguson

Mainstream media move on from a movement

Ferguson October, Michael Brown

After the first few weeks of protests in Ferguson, Missouri, during which corporate media were forced to show the country and the world the extent of America’s militarized police state, those media largely moved on.

Oct 1 2014

#FTP Film Tha Police

Communities of color use media to protect themselves

Police officer Darren Wilson arresting a citizen for filming him.

Communities of color are learning to rely on themselves to report on what happens around them–and to them–by recording images of police activity.

Oct 1 2014

Extra! October 2014

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Articles Available Only to Subscribers:   SoundBites Race Lens #FTP Film Tha Police Communities of color use media to protect themselves by Josmar Trujillo CounterSpin Interview ‘The Black Voice is in Jeopardy’ Malkia Cyril on Ferguson Both Sides Now Plans to ease poverty don’t have to work–so long as they’re bipartisan by Neil deMause NYT  Fails First Test of New Torture Policy Paper says it will call it what it is–when it reports on it all by Peter Hart Official Sources May be the Only Sources Risen case tests reporters’ power to reveal government wrongdoing by Lauren McCauley   To […]

Jul 1 2014

RACE LENS: White, White, Don’t Tell Me

NPR's bumbling attempts at diversity

Tell Me More, Michel Martin, NPR

NPR’s historic issue with its lack of diversity isn’t likely to be fixed by their new boss.

Jul 1 2014

Extra! July/August 2014

Extra! July 2014

Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Who Gets to Speak on Cable News The identity of the whitest, malest show we found may surprise you by Peter Hart Spinning Away Israel ‘Gaffes’ Damage control for Christie and Kerry’s inadvertent honesty by Alex Kane White, White Don’t Tell Me NPR’s bumbling attempts at diversity by Josmar Trujillo Study Confirms Our Wealth-Controlled Politics News suppressed by our wealth-controlled media by Steve Rendall and Janine Jackson It Will be Facebook’s Virtual World Will we just live–and work– in it? by J.F. Sargent

May 1 2014

Kids of Color as Props in Charter School Drama

Two white public figures square off in managed debate

Education NYC

This microcosm of the national conversation over public education displayed media’s predictably narrow parameters of debate, between a corporate reformer and a moderate (but still charter-friendly) liberal.