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Seattle Times letters to the editor Coverage is one-sided I am a student at Garfield High School. This fall in my Language Arts Honors class we learned about a single story. A single story is only hearing one side of an event, creating stereotypes of
Rain, sleet and snow may make for bad days for average folks, but for local newsrooms, those days can deliver Emmy gold. When nominations were handed out Thursday for the 55th annual New York Emmy Awards, an overwhelming majority of the shows
Last September, however, the Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, United States, graduate released the book Starting a Business in Jamaica, and last Wednesday morning she outlined a plan to spread entrepreneurship through six Jamaican high schools.
This is perhaps the most predominant narrative of black women that mainstream media outlets love to report. are We, especially if we are successful, are portrayed to be in some state of perpetual misery driven by our supposed low prospects for
EDT Last updated on Monday, Jun. 07, 2010 4:35PM EDT F or a project generated by a company as small as Volcano Theatre, everything about The Africa Trilogy is awfully big. The three hour-long plays were penned by revered artists from Germany, Kenya