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Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

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Oct
02
2014

Michael Brown Had a Father

Corporate reporters, in the main, saw little to question the idea that the fundamental problem facing men of color is “broken” families in need of a dominant male and that entrenched socio-economic disparities could be meaningfully addressed without systemic change.

Oct
01
2014

Extra! October 2014

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 […]

Oct
01
2014

Extra! October 2014

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 subscribe […]