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    Letters to the Editor flipping the Script on Media Bias

    Jun 22, 2015

    Miguel Bibanco

    Fresno young men of color challenge the pervasive media stereotypes of thugs or hoodlums, instead proclaiming,“I am an artist. I am ambitious. I am caring.”
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    Letters to the Editor flipping the Script on Media Bias

    Jun 22, 2015

    Miguel Bibanco

    Fresno young men of color challenge the pervasive media stereotypes of thugs or hoodlums, instead proclaiming,“I am an artist. I am ambitious. I am caring.”
    Continue to The Know Fresno
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    Richmond's Youth Voices on Charleston Shooting

    Jun 21, 2015

    Various Authors

    "Some media outlets have referred to the shooter as quiet and soft-spoken, and this narrative will most likely frame him as a troubled child," Asani Shakur writes. "It’s more likely that he’s a troubled child born from a troubled mother: America."
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    Richmond's Youth Voices on Charleston Shooting

    Jun 21, 2015

    Various Authors

    "Some media outlets have referred to the shooter as quiet and soft-spoken, and this narrative will most likely frame him as a troubled child," Asani Shakur writes. "It’s more likely that he’s a troubled child born from a troubled mother: America."
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    Conference Focuses On Implicit Bias And Social Justice

    Jun 09, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez and Nayoon Jin

    Why are Black and Latino students in California’s Central Valley 548 percent and 469 percent, respectively, more likely to be disciplined than their white peers? Last week's conference on implicit bias and social justice gave insight into this disparity and how ingrained prejudices cost out country countless lives.
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    Conference Focuses On Implicit Bias And Social Justice

    Jun 09, 2015

    Claudia Gonzalez and Nayoon Jin

    Why are Black and Latino students in California’s Central Valley 548 percent and 469 percent, respectively, more likely to be disciplined than their white peers? Last week's conference on implicit bias and social justice gave insight into this disparity and how ingrained prejudices cost out country countless lives.
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    The Winner of the Know's 2015 Writing Contest: "My Faith in Fresno"

    Jun 05, 2015

    Reporters from The Know Fresno

    The kNOw Youth Media is proud to announce Jeremy Miller as the winner of our writing contest. Jeremy is a community activist and is a member of Fresno Boys and Men of Color, Youth for Christ, and AmeriCorps. Read his winning essay here.
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    The Winner of the Know's 2015 Writing Contest: "My Faith in Fresno"

    Jun 05, 2015

    Reporters from The Know Fresno

    The kNOw Youth Media is proud to announce Jeremy Miller as the winner of our writing contest. Jeremy is a community activist and is a member of Fresno Boys and Men of Color, Youth for Christ, and AmeriCorps. Read his winning essay here.
    Continue to The Know Fresno