Powerful new testimonies from Black American veterans of the corporate media

The sustained outpouring of #BlackLivesMatter and related pro-justice activism right across the United States has been pushing important- and in most cases, long-overdue- change at many levels. One level is that of “high-end corporate media”, where recently I have read three very moving essays by Black-American writers who have seemingly felt empowered by the…

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Veteran analyst of global affairs, with a focus on the Middle East. Senior Fellow, Ctr for International Policy. Fuller bio at my Wikipedia page.

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Helena Cobban

Helena Cobban

Veteran analyst of global affairs, with a focus on the Middle East. Senior Fellow, Ctr for International Policy. Fuller bio at my Wikipedia page.

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