Search Results for: Sarah Jaffe

Jul
04
2014

Dave Zirin on World Cup, Sarah Jaffe on Supreme Court

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Much of the world is tuned into the World Cup. And while the drama on the field is on our TV screens, what about the wrenching political and economic upheaval in host country Brazil that has inspired millions to protest? That's the World Cup story Dave Zirin has been reporting, he'll join us to talk about it.

Also this week: The Supreme Court rulings in Hobby Lobby and Harris, though reportedly narrow, may have far-reaching impacts. Particularly as both almost exclusively affect working women. We'll talk with Sarah Jaffe of In These Times.

Mar
21
2014

Sarah Jaffe on NY Charter Schools, Carla Murphy on FCC Diversity Study

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Coverage of the "tug of war" between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo over charter schools tells us more about political alliances than it does about education. And what's the real story behind the right's claim that the White House was planning to send government monitors into newsrooms?

Nov
03
2014

Extra! November 2014

Extra! November 2014

Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Letters Debating How--Not Whether--to Launch a New War Missing perspectives on Obama's attacks on ISIS by Peter Hart CounterSpin Interview 'We Can't Defeat Extremism by Dropping More Bombs' Raed Jarrar on ISIS Book Excerpt Propaganda Wars In post-9/11 conflicts, media often misidentify the victors by Patrick Cockburn Narrowing Our Options Hillary Clinton's 'inevitability' and the media/electoral complex by Sarah Jaffe Business as Usual Is a Disaster Treating BP as the primary victim of BP's negligence by Janine Jackson   To subscribe and get the whole issue--in print or digital form--click here.

May
01
2014

Whose Recovery Is It, Anyway?

‘The market’ is doing fine—but homebuyers are still hurting

The housing crisis is reported to be over - but that doesn't mean people can afford homes.

Like much of the reporting on the rest of the economy, coverage of housing is coverage of housing markets, rather than of the circumstances that all too many people still face.

Sep
08
2013

FAIR NYC Event: Dollarocracy--Big Money, Big Media, Bad News

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Join FAIR to celebrate the release of the new book Dollarocracy: How the Money and Media Election Complex Is Destroying America, by John Nichols and Bob McChesney. Nichols and McChesney will be joined by two very special guests: --Amy Goodman, the award-winning host of Democracy Now! --Jeremy Scahill, independent investigative journalist, author of Dirty Wars Hear all four speak about the press, the threat to independent journalism and the state of American democracy. Also appearing: Independent journalist Sarah Jaffe  and Allison Kilkenny of Citizen Radio. Monday, September 16 Judson Memorial Church 55 Washington Square South New York, NY Doors open: […]