May 1, 2023
Opinion: The Persistence of Prejudice: The State of Islamophobia in America
I am hopeful — hopeful that now there is a space for me as a Muslim journalist in the U.S. media to thrive, a space that wasn’t widely available to people like me ever before.
December 17, 2022
Diversity Flourishes in a Houston Suburb
(CYPRESS, Texas) – On a Saturday afternoon, King’s Crown Grooming Station is packed. Men, boys and occasionally women crowd every […]
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 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.
May 4, 2021
A Team of Refugees Had a Plan to Fight COVID-19 in Georgia’s Most Diverse County. It’s Working.
(ATLANTA) – It would be hard to miss the large white truck with the giant black and yellow logo shuttling […]