Journalism students lead the way in drinking water investigation
Above photo: Kelly Quinn guides Academy Prep students inside her laboratory and explains how the water is tested. Courtesy of Neighborhood News Bureau By Emily Wunderlich “How safe is our drinking water?” Journalism professor Bernardo Motta posed that question to his students in Neighborhood News Bureau after the Flint water crisis hit the tabloids in 2016. “For the students in NNB, this was a massive research project,” Motta said. “They learned a lot of investigative tools. We had groups just looking at the history of housing developments in St. Petersburg to see which houses would be the best targets for our experiment.” NNB coversRead More
Tarana Burke Created the #MeToo Slogan — But Time Magazine Excluded Her From It’s “Person of the Year” Cover!
Blacknews.com Nationwide — Time magazine is under fire for their latest “Person of the Year” issue which addresses the #MeToo social movement on it’s cover, but excludes Tarana Burke, the Black woman whoRead More