ABOUT Joel Dreyfuss
July 26, 2012
Journalism pioneers of the 1960s gave blacks a presence in the news media. That voice is fading out.
The country's lack of statistics on minorities means there's no way to grade it on diversity.
The Trayvon Martin case reminds minorities that submitting to second-class status has not worked.
There's been too much praise in the media for a man who lied and cheated and was loose with the facts.
They won't fully replace the jobs we've lost -- despite what Obama and GOP presidential candidates say.
Little progress and a lot of self-doubt remain in the first black republic after the earthquake.
There's no better value than products that cost nothing -- especially when they work well.
Princeton colleague Eddie S. Glaude Jr. praises the public intellectual's contributions and hopes that he'll stay connected to the university.
African Americans have made significant contributions to the technology field, despite the amnesia of today's pundits.
CNN's Black in America 4 ignores the history of African Americans in technology. Here's what it missed.
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July 24, 2010
A death toll that doesn't get compared to the obvious; the Sherrod case and the media, and more.
As the characters drag, the background music becomes the star.
The repercussions continue over a video of an alleged police beating that a Fox TV station declined to show.
Finally, in the third episode, I've warmed up to the characters in Treme.