Journalists, Race discrimination, Newsrooms, and Slavery
The article focuses on racial reckoning created by killing of Black man George Floyd by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota and mentions that journalists of colors have called employers for lack of diversity. Topics discussed include masthead positions created by newsrooms to coordinate coverage, investigative reporters of color featured by several news organizations and slavery in the seafood industry.
Deportation : Who Goes and Who Stays?. 2019, p157-161.
Trump Administration Threatens Jail and Separating Children From Parents for Those Who Illegally Cross Southwest Border — The Trump administration announced Monday that it is dramatically stepping up prosecutions of [...]
Deportation : Who Goes and Who Stays?. 2019, p45-49.
New Trump Deportation Rules Allow Far More Expulsions — President Trump has directed his administration to enforce the nation’s immigration laws more aggressively, unleashing the full force of the federal [...]
Deportation : Who Goes and Who Stays?. 2019, p175-178.
Nations Hinder U.S. Effort to Deport Immigrants Convicted of Crime — Thousands of immigrants with criminal convictions, including for assault and attempted murder, have been released from detention because their [...]
Deportation : Who Goes and Who Stays?. 2019, p15-17.
White House Pressed Unsuccessfully to End Immigration Program — The White House unsuccessfully tried to pressure the Homeland Security Department to end a program that allows hundreds of thousands of [...]