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    African-American Leadership in Communications

    Bernard Shaw spoke during the 25th anniversary celebration of Howard University’s School of Communications. In his remarks, he spoke about the important role of minorities in broadcast…

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    Telecommunications Issues

    At the Howard University School of Communications, Ted Turner, Turner Broadcasting System President and Chairman, spoke about his pioneering career in the development of the cable…

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    Free Speech on College Campuses

    Howard University School of Communications convened a panel on freedom of speech on college campuses with a focus on the issue of diversity. Panelists included Representative Elene Holmes…

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    Situation in South Africa

    Black journalists from the U.S. and Africa discussed the situation in South Africa and the prospects for the free elections scheduled for next month. Following some opening statements, they…

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    Pop Culture and Society

    Michael Medved, Film Critic, Professor Jannette Dates, Associate Dean, Howard University, Communication, and Michael Novak, senior fellow, American Enterprise Institute, discussed the…

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    History of the African-American Press

    The history of the African-American newspaper and magazine press was discussed, beginning with the first newspaper founded in 1827. Since then the industry has grown to over 3,000…

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    Split Image: African Americans in the Media

    Jannette Dates discussed race relations in America and the coverage of racial issues in the media on the program Booknotes. She is co-editor of the book, Split Image: African Americans in the Media,…

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