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EDITORIAL: Why 'Black' is capitalized but 'white' is not

The Times & Democrat 06 Jul 2022
Capitalizing "Black" came in the form of a 2020 update from The Associated Press, the international news cooperative that has published a stylebook for journalists since 1953. The stylebook in many ways has been and remains the journalistic Bible ... An important question for journalists amid the changes is referencing Blacks as African Americans.
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America Whitewashing Israel’s Execution Of Shireen Abu Akleh is A Cruel Hoax

The Palestine Chronicle 06 Jul 2022
It was a “silly and stupid” move to hand over the bullet that killed Shireen Abu Akleh to the Americans, is the view of many Palestinians, who have criticized the Palestinian Authority (PA) for doing so ... Despite vehemently opposed to Israel laying hands on the bullet, the PA yet again succumbed to American blackmail.
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Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis may be gearing up for a 'marquee' 2024 showdown: report

Alternet 06 Jul 2022
Democratic California Gov ... The Supreme Court will be hearing a case that poses a ‘grave threat to American democracy’. journalist ... “On one side is Newsom, a progressive and telegenic leader who survived an attempted recall,” the journalists observe ... The Supreme Court will be hearing a case that poses a ‘grave threat to American democracy’. journalist.
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‘Organized Whitewash’: US Claims Israeli Military’s Murder of Journalist Not Intentional

Antiwar 06 Jul 2022
Human rights advocates on Monday derided the Biden administration’s assertion that Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was “likely” – but unintentionally – killed by an Israeli soldier, with one group accusing the US State Department of ...
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US demands accountability in Abu Akleh killing, no criminal probe held

The Jerusalem Post 06 Jul 2022
The Biden administration called for accountability in the shooting death of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, one day after it determined she had likely been killed by gunfire from an IDF position in Jenin on May 11th ... Israel has a responsibility to ensure journalists can do their jobs.
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In the Wake of Abu Akleh’s Murder, Media Continued to Obscure Israeli Violence

GlobalResearch 06 Jul 2022
An exception was a report from Jerusalem by Atika Shubert for CNN (5/13/22) headlined, “Video Shows Israeli Police Beating Mourners at Palestinian-American Journalist’s Funeral Procession.” It opened.. Israeli police used batons to beat mourners carrying the coffin of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
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Why Democrats should run on anti-Republican 'anger and terror' in 2022: journalist

Alternet 06 Jul 2022
Supreme Court overturning Roe v ... Journalist A.B ... The journalist goes on to say that if the Democratic base doesn’t vote in big numbers in the 2022 midterms, they will have even more to complain about when Republicans regain control of Congress ... The Supreme Court will be hearing a case that poses a ‘grave threat to American democracy’. journalist.
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Top AP brass attend reopening of Gaza bureau after building destroyed in 2021

The Jerusalem Post 06 Jul 2022
Israel is already under intense scrutiny of how it handles the international media following the shooting death in May of a popular Palestinian American journalist ... IDF officials warned journalists to leave the building an hour before the attack.
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Washington Post editorial board warns SCOTUS’ next move 'might cripple our democracy'

Alternet 06 Jul 2022
The Washington Post's editorial board has issued a warning to the American people suggesting that the U.S ... Harper, a controversial North Carolina case that could greatly impact the voting rights of many Americans and destroy the current protections in place that are combatting aggressive Republican-driven gerrymandering ... journalist.
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How a diverse new Democratic coalition has challenged Joe Manchin’s power in West Virginia: report

Alternet 06 Jul 2022
senator. But journalist Daniel Boguslaw, in an article published by The Intercept on June 30, offers some reasons why he believes that Manchin’s days as a Democratic kingmaker in West Virginia may be coming to an end ... READ MORE ... Manchin.” ... READ MORE. The Supreme Court will be hearing a case that poses a ‘grave threat to American democracy’. journalist.
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Spirit of '76

Salt Lake City Weekly 06 Jul 2022
Every year, Americans celebrate by watching fireworks on the 4th of July ... What real American doesn't get goosebumps when there's a flag flying in the wind ... But this year, there are too many patriotic Americans cringing at the thought of where our country is headed ... As a journalist, I'm always trying to find ways to inject a little snark and humor.
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'Not a chance in hell': Bill O'Reilly blisters idea of a Tucker Carlson running for president

Alternet 06 Jul 2022
Former Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly may be a conservative Republican but he stopped short of supporting the possibility of Tucker Carlson entering a bid to run for the Republican primaries in 2024 ... "Look, if Mr ... READ MORE ... READ MORE. The Supreme Court will be hearing a case that poses a ‘grave threat to American democracy’. journalist ... .
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Video of Yet Another Police Shooting of Unarmed Black Man Released July 4th Weekend

Houston Forward Times 06 Jul 2022
the federal government has failed to act on meaningful public safety legislation,” Jealous, president of People For the American Way and former president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said in an exclusive press briefing for African American journalists.
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Next Jan. 6 hearing to focus on links between Trump allies and violent extremist groups: report

Alternet 06 Jul 2022
During a presidential debate in September 2020, now-President Joe Biden gave then-President Donald Trump an opportunity to condemn violent far-right extremist groups like the Proud Boys and QAnon ... Capitol Building ... READ MORE ... Capitol Building anyway ... The Supreme Court will be hearing a case that poses a ‘grave threat to American democracy’. journalist.

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