Posts Tagged ‘Media’

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

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And another thing… . . . Flash back to the time @inspirationbygk invited us to the premiere of Freedom’s Call back in the day. The film featured Dorothy Butler Gilliam (left), the first African American female reporter to work at the @washingtonpost and photographer Ernest Withers. Butler Gilliam is pictured here with Richard Breyer and Robert Short. Her new memoir “Trailblazer…” is out now. We look forward to Kilpatrick having Butler Gilliam on his syndicated radio show again soon. . . . #civilrightssheroes #freedomscall #trailblazer #maynardinstitute #nabj #flashbackfriday #louisvilledefender #journalismmatters #inspirationforthenation #lincolnuniversitymo #ernestwithers #weallgothistory #pioneersinmedia #newsroomsneeddiversity

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RIP

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016
Southside Communications Center

Southside Communications Center

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, October 20th, 2016
Cathy Hughes was given an honorary degree at Syracuse University in 2001. She appeared on Old School Sunday to talk about her career later that day (WPHR-FM).

Cathy Hughes was given an honorary degree at Syracuse University in 2001. She appeared on Old School Sunday to talk about her career later that day (WPHR-FM).

Howard University (Washington, DC) will announce the naming of the “Cathy Hughes School of Communications” at an official ceremony on Sunday.

Love the Hustle

Monday, May 9th, 2016
Rosario Dawson: From Film to Politics to Media

From Film to Politics to Media: Rosario Dawson has started an online talk show.

The Producer Peek

Friday, April 8th, 2016
Actor Anthony Anderson checks out his bio and makes some suggestions to Newhouse student Nina Rodgers during an event on Tuesday.

Actor Anthony Anderson checks out his bio and approves of the comments made during his introduction by Newhouse student Nina Rodgers (left) on Tuesday.

Art of Photography (part 30)

Friday, March 11th, 2016
City Line (preparation for St. Patrick's Day)

City Line (preparation for St. Patrick’s Day)

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, February 18th, 2016
Iyanla Vanzant at the "You Can't Fail Conference" (circa 201).

Iyanla Vanzant makes an entrance at the “You Can’t Fail Conference” (circa 2010).

Week in Review

Sunday, January 31st, 2016
Professor, activist, public intellectual and TV-personality Marc Lamont Hill spent some time talking with students in a question- answer session before his speech for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on campus on Sunday.

Professor, activist, public intellectual and TV-personality Marc Lamont Hill spent some time talking with students in a question- answer session before his speech for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on campus on Sunday.

Protest Partners

Friday, January 22nd, 2016
The Chief (Oren Lyons) and Leo (the Wolf of Wall Street) on the protest line (Rolling Stone)

The Chief and the Wolf of Wall Street on the protest line in NYC (Rolling Stone)

In case you decide to check out the Rolling Stone piece by Sean Penn, which will be remembered more for the post controversy than the actual writing, make sure to flip a few pages to the right to see the Dicaprio profile, which includes the photograph above.

Sound Advice

Friday, November 20th, 2015

Journalist and author Byron Pitts gave some advice during a visit to Syracuse University. Pitts (along with Soledad O’Brien) will be part of “Conversation on Race in America” concert special that airs tonight on A&E Network and AOL.com.