In the past year alone, a confirmed 44 journalists were killed worldwide. In September, a female journalist from Bulgaria was found raped and murdered in Germany on October 6. Just this week, the suspicious disappearance of Washington Post Correspondent Jamal Kashoggi has left many wondering
Almost a year has gone by since #MeToo spread rapidly through social media and eventually received global attention. The campaign, which was started in 2006 but gained popularity throughout 2017 and 2018, was meant to bring attention to ongoing sexual assault and harassment that goes
Free speech and the debate over Fake News have intersected in the past week as the Newseum in Washington, DC made the decision to include T-Shirts from its gift shop which read ‘You Are Very Fake News,’ only to pull them less than a week
Recent footage and detailed stories released this past week from detention centers near the Texas-Mexico border sent the media into conflicting criticisms, theories and opinions detailing the causes and potential effects of secretive ‘tent cities.’ Earlier this week, it was revealed that the US
In the past year, former actor Bill Cosby stood trial twice on three accounts of aggravated assault towards Andrea Constand. The first of the two trials ended without a verdict, and in June 2017 Cosby walked free. In Cosby’s second trial, which took place in
We’ve come to a point in the media landscape where reporting the facts has become a “bias.”
From the Parkland shooting to the Arab Spring, social media has been a springboard for change
Scandal and politics should not overshadow the real purpose of the Olympic Games.
Are the constant push notifications making you tune out?
Spotlight the assailants and accused, and turn stigma away from victims.