Archive for the ‘Journalism’ Category

Friday, January 5th, 2024

The Usual Suspects Back Then

Updating is in the works …

Richard Prince Journal-isms Roundtable: How the Dems Plan to Wage 2024 Presidential Campaign

Friday, January 5th, 2024

Richard Prince Journal-isms

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Richard Prince Journal-isms®

Friday, October 27th, 2023

Earl Caldwell – Reporters privilege – C-SPAN

FBI Said to Fear Earl Caldwell’s Truth-Telling

Homepage photo: Earl Caldwell speaks in 1997 about the extent and limits of journalistic privilege, especially regarding compulsive release, confidential sources and other unpublished material. (Credit: C-SPAN)


July 28-30: Gotta Blow That Whistle

Thursday, October 26th, 2023

No matter how late this post, it still needs to be published. So here it is, today, October 26, 2023

How to Write an Editorial to Submit to the New York Times

Thursday, October 26th, 2023

My Latest NY Times Published Opinion Post June 4, 2023

Tuesday, October 24th, 2023

Washington Post: Final Minutes of Death of George Floyd
Alert! This Footage is Graphic

Tuesday, October 24th, 2023

Lest We Dare Forget


One of the main reasons in posting this was not necessarily to get legions and legions to file complaints as it was to inspire that, in these times, that folks take more consideration and preparation regarding their rights. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness works better if EVERYONE knows their rights and how to protect and when necessary fight for them.

Sunday, September 24th, 2023

More Insight About the Comings and Goings and Doings and Not Doings at Hunter College

Wednesday, August 9th, 2023

A Column About Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth 

President Jennifer Raab, on her way out the door, never came out against workplace bullying and mobbing at Hunter even though the Ombuds Office released a report saying Bullying and Mobbing were on the rise.



May 1, 2023 Asian American / Asian Research Institute – City University of New York

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023

A panel of scholars and community activists discussing Armenian American histories, from immigration bans in the late nineteenth century to Executive Order 13679 and ongoing displacement and marginalization from homelands and belonging today.

Uplifting the long history of Armenian community activism in the United States, this panel will inspire participants to envision Armenian futurity through the lens of collective action and social justice.

Moderator: Dr. Mitra Rastegar, Liberal Studies, New York University
– Thomas Simsarian Dolan, Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies, Emory University
– Suzie Abajian, Co-Director, Armenian-American Action Network
– Christine Serdjenian Yearwood, Armenian-American Action Network – New York Field Organizer & Parent Advocate
– Sophia Armen, Co-Director, Armenian-American Action Network