Monthly Archives: January 2011
Published on The Root (http://www.theroot.com) Home > Why Are They Protesting in Egypt? Why Are They Protesting in Egypt? By: Sunni M. Khalid Posted: January 31, 2011 at 5:45 PM For 30 years, President Hosni Mubarak has ruled the country in a perpetual “state of emergency.” Now Egyptians are taking to the streets, demanding his […]
A great photo of one of my late mentors, Samuel F. Yette. He broke me down and built me up with a firm but fair hand. I stood on the shoulders of many giants. Prof. Yette is one of those giants. We are all better for having known him and the world is a better […]
http://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/lens-liberia-experiences-irp-gatekeepers Panel discussion on International Reporting Project Gatekeepers trip to Liberia in November 2010.
Since 1998, the International Reporting Project has become a pioneer in the “non-profit journalism” movement that seeks to fill the gap left by much of the mainstream media’s reduction of international news. The IRP has provided opportunities to more than 300 U.S. journalists to travel to more than 85 countries to produce award winning reports. […]
Published on The Root (http://www.theroot.com) Home > The African-American Divide Over Sudan The African-American Divide Over Sudan By: Sunni M. Khalid Posted: January 7, 2011 at 6:35 PM The upcoming referendum on Southern independence from Sudan has divided black Americans interested in affairs on the African continent, pitting African-American Muslims against black Christians. Call it […]