Opinion (Page 6)
July 31, 2022
More Than 60 Years Later, John Howard Griffin’s Exploratory “Black Like Me” Still Cuts Skin Deep
In 1959, a white man posed as a Black man in the Jim Crow South to experience racism firsthand. His story still resonates today.
July 27, 2022
Podcast: Should Media Censor Dead Bodies On Television for Children?
Children in America today learn about lockdowns, not talking to strangers, and the meaning of death. But with school shootings on the rise, should dead children on television be part of that education?
July 20, 2022
Podcast: Showing Diversity in Broadcast News
Newsrooms across the country have pledged increased diversity and inclusion in their newsrooms. But are they willing to do so […]
July 6, 2022
Opinion: A Newsroom Covering Homelessness Works to End It. Is That Wrong?
While some may say Invisible People publishes propaganda, I believe the organization’s materials qualify as advocacy journalism.
July 4, 2022
Opinion: Learning How to Make the Ice A Little Less White
Amid attempts to increase its influence and popularity, the National Hockey League is making an active push to change the face of ice hockey.