Archive For September 2019

BREAKING: GENTRIFICATION KIND OF A MESS

on September 24, 2019 by Sean Michael Milligan in Journal, Comments (0)

DeNeen L. Brown’s front page story “Pushed Out”, from this weekend’s Washington Post, is an excellent example of a more narrative-style article. The entire piece is centered on a single “protagonist”, […]

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BREAKING: EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE HAVE BEEN OBVIOUS FOR DECADES

on September 19, 2019 by Sean Michael Milligan in Journal, Comments (0)

The Washington Post‘s center front page story this past weekend was an in-depth piece about the effects of climate change—not future effects, but past. In particular, the article focused on a […]

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BREAKING: HURRICANES STILL DANGEROUS IN 2019

on September 9, 2019 by Sean Michael Milligan in Journal, Comments (0)

The biggest story of these past weeks has been Hurricane Dorian, and I’ve taken note of a few things about NPR’s coverage of the storm. The first I heard of […]

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BREAKING: RACISM DEEPLY EMBEDDED IN AMERICAN CULTURE

on September 8, 2019 by Sean Michael Milligan in Journal, Comments (0)

I’ve chosen to focus this first journal entry on The 1619 Project, an effort by The New York Times Magazine to emphasize how deeply racism is entrenched in American culture. Named for […]

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