On this page you will find a sampling of resources related to Systemic Racism and News Media, broken down into the following sections:
Issues in Journalism and News Media: Accountability, Analysis, Citizen Journalism, Communication, Comparative Coverage, Crime Reporting, Digital Culture, Discourse Control, Framing, Hierarchy, Ideologies, Implicit Bias, Invisibility, Language, Linguistic Bias, Linguistic Representation, Mass Media, Missing-White-Woman Syndrome, News Production, Newsworthiness, Privilege, Protest Repression, Racial Stereotypes, Racialized Media, Representation, Rhetoric, Selection Bias, Social Media, Television News, Unconscious Bias, Victim Blaming, Visual Profiling, Visual Representation, White Nationalist Media
Keywords for Social Justice/Anti-Oppression Searches: Anti-Black, Association Between, Bias, Discrimination, Disparity, Disproportionate, Effect, Gap, High Rate, Impact, Inequity, Inequality, Institutionalized Racism, Oppression, Racial Inequity, Racist, Racism, Unconscious Bias, Violence, White Supremacy
Source: Vox. (2020, June 5). Protests aren't what they look like on TV. YouTube.https://youtu.be/srnA3cNTsXQ
Source: AJ+. (2022, July 19). Crime Reporting Makes Us Love The Cops. YouTube. https://youtu.be/Rou7IqZ_7Yw
Source: CNN. (2021, September 22). How 'missing White woman syndrome' has real life implications. YouTube. https://youtu.be/uBWyG09rAMc
Source: PBS NewsHour. (2019, August 4). How media coverage contributes to white supremacist rhetoric. YouTube. https://youtu.be/Mqe2vxxQMwc
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation. (2020, July 6). Unconscious Bias: do newsrooms struggle to report on race issues? YouTube. https://youtu.be/hvybXx0WjeY
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