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 31, 2022
Microaggressions in the Newsroom Put Minority Journalists at a Disadvantage
(HACKENSACK, N.J.) — While the prefix “micro” means small, microaggressions can be quite devastating for the people who’re on the […]
December 5, 2022
Opinion: Can a Newspaper Follow the North Star?
Frederick Douglass's North Star newspaper was advocacy journalism and ethical journalism at its finest, which is why it helped the United States transform into a better country.
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.
November 9, 2021
Opinion: Racial Tensions in America’s Sundown Towns
“Sundown town.” It brings to mind an idyllic, rustic place with speakeasies and gravel roads. A picturesque escape from everyday […]