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EVENT: Race & Media Talk with Central Park Jogger Story Reporter Natalie Byfield
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EVENT: Race & Media Talk with Central Park Jogger Story Reporter Natalie Byfield

The Columbia Association of Black Journalists (CUABJ) and the New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ) will host Natalie P. Byfield, who is the author of “Savage Portrayals: Race, Media, & the Central Park Jogger Story.” Byfield was a reporter for the New York Daily News who covered the now infamous Central Park Five story … Continue reading

EVENT: Touré Talks Opinion in Journalism
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EVENT: Touré Talks Opinion in Journalism

What role do opinions have in journalism? The news industry continues to evolve in the Internet and social media age, further blurring the line between opinion and objectivity. With opinionated reporting attracting millions of online readers and television viewers, we examine the tenet of objectivity in the changing news industry. Join the Columbia Association of Black … Continue reading

EVENT: “How To Be Black” Author Baratunde Thurston at Columbia Journalism School
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EVENT: “How To Be Black” Author Baratunde Thurston at Columbia Journalism School

Recap: What did you think about Baratunde Thurston’s all-class lecture? See what fellow j-schoolers had to say on Storify. Don’t miss New York Times bestselling author Baratunde Thurston on Tuesday, October 1 for his lecture “The Future of  the Future of What We Used to Call News!” Use #CUABJ to live tweet and post photos via Instagram at … Continue reading