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Alicia Garza discusses BLM movement
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Alicia Garza discusses BLM movement

In 2012, as Alicia Garza watched a jury give a “not guilty” verdict in the trial of Trayvon Martin’s shooting death, she couldn’t sit still anymore. She was disillusioned by the breakdown of her belief in justice and knew there was a pressing need for action, so she created #BlackLivesMatter (BLM). Garza, along with Opal…

Journalism education tries to adapt to credibility challenges
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Journalism education tries to adapt to credibility challenges

Continual incidents of “fake news” – the deliberate publishing of misinformation purporting to be real news for profit or out of malice – have led to rising tensions between the mainstream media and President Donald Trump’s administration, tensions that have negatively impacted the public’s trust in the journalism industry many University of Miami students will…

Men play role at Women’s March on Washington
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Men play role at Women’s March on Washington

Despite the name of the march that brought together hundreds of thousands of people to the nation’s capital being the Women’s March on Washington, thousands of men participated in the movement to stand in solidarity with the opposite gender. The march designed to “send a bold message” to the new administration that “women’s rights are…

Hopeful, defiant atmosphere pervades Women’s March
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Hopeful, defiant atmosphere pervades Women’s March

An estimated 1.2 million women, men and children marched through the streets of Washington, D.C. on Saturday. Some expressed frustrations about the up-in-the-air status of women’s healthcare. Others took their young sons and daughters, hoping to show them the power of democracy in action and have them experience a historic moment. The chants and slogans painted…

Protesters oppose President Donald Trump’s inauguration, policies
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Protesters oppose President Donald Trump’s inauguration, policies

With just hours left leading up to the 58th Presidential Inauguration, protesters carrying large signs and collectively chanting politically charged messages opposing the installation of President Donald Trump lined the streets of downtown Washington, D.C. Hundreds of demonstrators with linked arms stood directly in front of the entrance where designated ticket holders were to be admitted….

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