China’s Pushback: Beijing questions Western reporting on Xinjiang

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Despite China’s finest efforts, journalists are discovering revolutionary methods to inform the story of the mass internment of Uighur Muslims within the Xinjiang province.

Contributors:

Timothy Grose – Assistant Professor of China Studies, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Alim Seytoff – Director of Uyghur Service, Radio Free Asia

Adrian Zenz – Senior Fellow in China Studies, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation

Sophie Richardson – China Director, Human Rights Watch

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Mammy, Jezebel, Sapphire: Stereotyping Black girls in media

The stereotyping of Black girls within the media and the push for change in an trade the place variety and inclusion have been too lengthy in coming.

Contributors:

Kovie Biakolo  – Culture author and multiculturalism scholar

Francesca Sobande – Lecturer of Digital Media Studies, Cardiff University

Naeemah Clark – Professor of Cinema and Television Arts, Elon University and Author, Diversity in US Mass Media

Babirye Bukilwa – Actor and playwright

Source: Al Jazeera