Part Two of our conversation covering “Media and Black Images”. The discussion was hosted by the Bay Area Black Journalist Association and moderated by Davey D. The panel included local media figures, Christine Ayers of KPIX and Armand from KBLX, P Frank Williams, of TV One and Van Latham of TMZ.
The state, and fate, of journalism—directly linked to the state and fate of democracy…We’s in BIG trouble. Brian Edwards-Tiekert elaborates. PLUS: on the death of Fidel Castro, we talk with someone who fought in the revolution in Cuba—Bob Baldock. AND: a tribute to Bill Mandel, his courage, his articulateness, his long and deep service to … Continued
James McGrath Morris is a former journalist, historian, and author of several books including The Rose Man of Sing Sing: A True Tale of Life, Murder, and Redemption in the Age of Yellow Journalism, and Eye on the Struggle: Ethel Payne, the First Lady of the Black Press. Today we often bemoan the 24 hour … Continued