Media

Three of the four panelists at Baruch's discussion of portrayals of Muslims in the media were journalists.(Photo by Jaina Teeluck)

Journalists Debate Media ‘Demonization’ of Muslims

Featured Posts, Media, Middle Eastern March 9, 2012 at 2:50 pm

While one panelist at Thursday’s Baruch College discussion of Muslims in the media called the portrayal of Muslims a “demonization,” others argued that the problem goes both ways — that the Muslim community’s suspicion of the media and “bunker mentality” has led it to a demonize journalists, and to avoid them rather than engage with them.

African immigrants met with the Manhattan District Attorney and 40 other organizations and agencies in Harlem. (Photo by Arao Ameny)

Voices in Focus: Thieves Target Guyanese in Queens

Crime, Media March 7, 2012 at 11:09 am

The growing African immigrant population gets face time with the Manhattan District Attorney; police warn of burglars targeting Guyanese for their gold; squatters evicted in Richmond Hill; a plan to sweep the fake ID sellers of Jackson Heights; and a new Polish news show for New Yorkers.

Breaking Bread: David Greaves, Editor of Our Time Press

Breaking Bread: David Greaves, Editor of Our Time Press

African American, Brooklyn, Media February 28, 2012 at 5:23 pm

We begin our “Breaking Bread” lunch interview series with David Greaves, the co-editor of Our Time Press, a Brooklyn-based African-American newspaper that he started 16 years ago.

Stefan Komar led a demonstration against the use of the term "Polish Concentration Camps" outside News Corporation last year.

Voices in Focus: Fake Signatures Sink Petition to Extend Little Italy Fest

Crime, Culture, Health, Media, Opinion February 27, 2012 at 11:18 am

An update on the controversial request to extend Little Italy’s San Gennaro festival; the latest on the trails of soldiers accused of tormenting Pvt. Danny Chen; an Associated Press clarification fails to appease critics; and a plea to black mothers.