Monthly Archives: July 2013

Media Angers Audience with Pictures of Trayvon Martin’s Dead Body

For the past few weeks, coverage of the George Zimmerman trial has dominated the media, months after the shooting death of 17-year old Trayvon Martin.  After hearing closing arguments today, the all-female jury began deliberations. While waiting to hear a … Continue reading

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Journalists Against Journalism; Reporters take issue with government surveillance

The Edward Snowden story has made headlines across nearly every news outlet across the globe, but the latest story doesn’t have to do with his asylum or the government’s attempt to prosecute.  Reporters and news organizations have taken this opportunity … Continue reading

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