Police name young road crash victims “Mixed race”
FORT MYERS — As much as this might seem a little surprising, the term “mixed race” has become 최고의 퀄리티increasingly common in news reports in recent weeks. In October, the National Association of Black Journalists announced a new “mixed-race” section on its site, while NBC’s Today show was recently considering a segment that would examine interracial marriage and race relations in the U.S.
Yet, when I visited the website of the Black Women’s Media Center recently, I was surprised by how many of its contributors were white.
For example, in the entry on “race, class, geography and religion” there is a reference to the “black women’s media center” as the nation’s “chief media center for black women.” I checked the site, and as it turns out it’s not owned by the media center (though its parent organization is a major media outlet in Florida and Texas); it’s ow일산출장샵ned by one of its founding members, Jennifer Smith of the Washington, D.C.-based non-profit Center for Community Change.
Jennifer is a well-known black female who is currently executive director of a nonprofit organization called the National Center for Family & Community Engagement in Washington, D.C. She has been a staff writer for the Washington Post’s “Fair and Balanced” section, an investigative, progressive news blog with a sister website, The Daily Beast.
The Black Women’s Media Center’s entry for “race, class, geography and religion” includes the title “Mixed Race” under a section in which it says th엠카지노at “these communities may not include every black man in their community, but all black women, and in fact all of their race.” But a few clicks through the list of racial groups in the nation’s most populated minority, the U.S., is enough to establish there are a limited number of races represented on this list and all are mixed race.
The entry for “mixed race” in the National Association of Black Journalists site does contain a reference to the organization as “the leader in black women’s media. It brings together the voice of the African American woman through the voices of some of the country’s leading black women leaders and the award-winning staff writers and photojournalists of black women.”
Jennifer Smith, the white author of this entry, told The Daily Beast that, while she never met this white writer, she believes the term “mixed-race” is being used as