Media Diversity and the Perils of Panic
"I have long believed that diversity in the media, no less than in the seminar room, means expanding voices and perspectives, and arming people with rational arguments instead of clamping down on provocative ideas."
When Change Isn’t Enough
"Without exception, each scholar was surprised and excited that I was from England. "I didn’t know there were Black people in Britain" was a common refrain. To many, I was from an unheard species called Black British journalist. My heart sank."
A Girl in the Scarlet Sail
“I was still a kid when I suddenly figured out that my dad had spent several years in a prison camp and was only released after Stalin’s death. I was shocked!"
Diversity: A Universal Heritage That Challenges The Media
"If diversity issues have always been close to my heart, it is probably because of my personal background."
De-Westernisation of Journalism Studies Enhances Sector’s Diversity ...
“Scholars from the Global South have struggled for decades for international recognition of their voices and intellectual contributions to a global academic community. A de-westernization movement has emerged in journalism and media studies, as seen in the rise of g...
“Stereotypes that she picked up in her village during childhood convinced her that children had to be protected from anything different. Because when hard, troubling times come, that’s when you see that “blood is thicker than water.” Regardless of whether it is...