A newsroom’s racial diversity directly impacts an audience’s trust in the news that newsroom produces. Without meaningful representation on the inside, news cannot represent society’s diverse viewpoints.
Some people don’t understand why anyone would run for fun. Digital Editor Karl Winter, a senior cross country and track student-athlete for Pepperdine, tells the story of how he fell in love with running as an activity, not just a competitive sport.
As calls across America increase for racial justice, it is important to also consider environmental justice. Marginalized communities face increased rates of environmental degradation that lead to physical and mental implications.
Roses are red, violets are blue; race shouldn’t be the reason someone doesn’t love you. It’s time for America to re-evaluate what its prejudices are and learn the true definition of a preference.
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After years of dueling administration over equal rights and representation, student demands from the University’s infancy have not been met by the administration in 2020. The diversity journey from Pepperdine’s first all-white class has been tumultuous but has increased overall.
It’s good to know about overall racism, but diversity training needs to be more localized. Be specific in how to stop racially implicit bias.
Pepperdine Graphic Media introduces The Melanated Muckraker, a new podcast where hosts Anitiz Muonagolu and Emily Shaw dive into how race and culture affect our communities and lives.
A series focused on honest conversations surrounding systemic racism and injustice in America
It doesn’t matter if you are Black or White.