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Mexican feminist journalists in CIMAC take on the toughest reporting

cbyerlys Icon Posted by Carolyn Byerly

October 18th, 2013

I’m still buzzing from the CIMAC gathering of feminist journalists in Mérida, Mexico, Oct 10-12. Some 200 women doing frontline reporting on government and police corruption, murder and other gender violence, and other issues in women’s marginalization participated.

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Bradley Manning’s sentencing

cbyerlys Icon Posted by Carolyn Byerly

August 21st, 2013

Bradley Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison today for doing something courageous — letting the world know about acts of brutality committed in the names of Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan. I grieve for him, the loneliness of the years in front of him lived apart from the rest of the world. […]

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Feminist Kissing Bandit strike Christina Gausas

administrators Icon Posted by Jennifer Pozner

June 29th, 2013

Feminist Kissing Bandit strike Christina Gausas, a photo by jennifer pozner on Flickr.
Feminist Kissing Bandit strike Christina Gausas

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Reality bites back at Facing Race

administrators Icon Posted by Jennifer Pozner

May 20th, 2013

Reality bites back at Facing Race, a photo by jennifer pozner on Flickr.
Reality bites back at Facing Race

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With Hakim Bellamy

administrators Icon Posted by Jennifer Pozner

April 6th, 2013

With Hakim Bellamy, a photo by jennifer pozner on Flickr.
With Hakim Bellamy

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Reality Rehab at Franklin & Marshall’s young feminisms conference

administrators Icon Posted by Jennifer Pozner

March 31st, 2013

Reality Rehab at Franklin & Marshall’s young feminisms conference, a photo by jennifer pozner on Flickr.
Reality Rehab at Franklin & Marshall’s young feminisms conference

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Busting “Bachelor” & “Bachelorette” Bigotry: I investgate ABC’s race discrimination lawsuit for The Daily Beast & HLN

jpozners Icon Posted by Jennifer L Pozner

May 25th, 2012

Ten years, 24 seasons, *0* stars of color… and one racial discrimination lawsuit that, if it moves forward, could potentially transform the entertainment industry.
On Monday, I reported on the class action civil rights suit filed against ABC and the producers of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette for The Daily Beast, in what since been […]

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2 Broke Girls Finale: Long Duck Dong Redux?

jchius Icon Posted by Joanna Chiu

May 6th, 2012

As tonight’s season finale of CBS’s hit new sitcom 2 Broke Girls illustrates, three decades after Sixteen Candles’ cringe-worthy portrayal of foreign exchange student Long Duk Dong, degrading stereotypes of Asian men continue to proliferate in popular media.  2 Broke Girls premiered last fall with the highest rating for a new comedy series since 2001. […]

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The Bachelor and Bachelorette race discrimination lawsuit: read the complaint here

jpozners Icon Posted by Jennifer L Pozner

May 3rd, 2012

I’m working on story for The Daily Beast about a racial discrimination lawsuit filed late in April against ABC and the various production teams behind “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.” I’ve interviewed reality TV producers, high-level media executives, former and aspiring future Bachelor cast members, entertainment lawyers and TV reporters for this piece, which I’ll […]

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Liveblogging the Sidney Hillman Foundation Awards: Journalism for the public good

jpozners Icon Posted by Jennifer L Pozner

May 1st, 2012

The 2012 Sidney Hillman Awards have begun, as I discussed earlier.
To give you a sense of the heavy hitters in independent journalism represented in this room, even the bloggers and press here to cover the event are, themselves, challenging, critical voices in the feminist and independent online media sphere. I am sitting in a […]

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