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A Q&A with Ben Jealous, Former NAACP Head Turned Tech Investor

Jealous discussed the course he's teaching, what he thinks of today’s political climate, and more.


Understanding Why Teachers Discriminate Against Minority Students

Teachers in Hungary are more likely to discriminate against Roma students than non-Roma students.


Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Releases CARGC Paper 11

Julia Becker (C'18) examines the American and Mexican political climates, immigration rhetoric, and street art as protest.

Graduate Student News

Fernández Wins 2019 IAMCR Urban Communication Research Grant

Fernández’s project conceptualizes corner stores as embodiments of Latinx immigrant identity and border-making.

Faculty News

New Annenberg Presidential Associate Professor Sarah J. Jackson Studies Narratives of Race and Gender in the Media

Jackson is interested in which voices in the media shape and frame racial and gender politics.

Faculty News

Desmond Patton Receives Award from the Society for Social Work and Research

The Early Career Achievement Award recognizes the beginning of Dr. Patton's research career in the field of social work.

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New Study: Responses to Grief Predict Aggressive Tweets Among Gang-Involved Chicago Youth

An analysis of thousands of tweets identified two main themes in Twitter usage among gang-involved youth in Chicago.

Undergraduate News

Doug Glanville's Communication, Sports, and Social Justice Class Takes Field Trip to Phillies' Stadium

The behind-the-scenes tour of Citizens Bank Park served as a culmination of the semester long course.


Black-Oriented Films Can Be Highly Profitable When Marketed to All Audiences, Study Finds

New research shows that the success of Black Panther may not be an outlier.

Faculty News

Is Social Media Surveillance the Virtual Stop-and-Frisk?

A new study by Desmond Patton develops a theory of everyday racism in digital policing.