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Charles Sumner “Chuck” Stone Jr. was a former Tuskegee Airman and co-founder of the National Association of Black Journalists. Stone passed away last Sunday in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. In his final years, he served as a journalism professor, teaching censorship and magazine writing at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Stone made his […]

Think for a moment: How many interviews have you seen the President give to black journalists or black news organizations? Not many. Wednesday, the “NewsOne…

Do your local media outlets represent the stories, issues and people of your community? The authors behind a pilot study commissioned by the Federal Communications Commission…

A new survey has named Atlanta the eight most literate city in the U.S. The study conducted by Dr. Jack Miller, president of Central Connecticut State University identified Washington D.C. as the nation’s most literate city for the third time. The survey is in its tenth year of measuring America’s social health by reviewing reading […]