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RBG Expose’ on Mass Media and Racism

RBG Expose’ on Mass Media and Racism

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Liberation is impossible if we fail to see ourselves in more positive terms. For without a change of vision, we are slaves to the oppressor’s ideas and values—ideas and values that finally attack the very core of our existence. Therefore, we must see the world in terms of our own realities.” Larry Neal, “Black Art and Black Liberation,” 1969
Liberation is impossible if we fail to see ourselves in more positive terms. For without a change of vision, we are slaves to the oppressor’s ideas and values—ideas and values that finally attack the very core of our existence. Therefore, we must see the world in terms of our own realities.” Larry Neal, “Black Art and Black Liberation,” 1969

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RBG 
Expose’
on Mass Media and Racism
RBG 
Expose’
on Mass Media and Racism
 
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Liberation is impossible if we fail to see ourselves in more positive terms. For without a change of vision, we are slaves to the 
oppressor’s ideas and values—
ideas and values that finally attack the very core of our existence. Therefore, we must see the world in 
terms of our own realities.” 
 
,“Black  Art and Black Liberation,” 1969
 
 
 
RBG 
Expose’
on Mass Media and Racism
 
 
RBG 
Expose’
on Mass Media and Racism
Learn More:Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State Universityhttp://www.ferris.edu/jimcrow/ 
"Mass media have played and will continue to play a crucial role in the way white Americansperceive African-Americans. As a result of the overwhelming media focus on crime, drug use,gang violence, and other forms of anti-social behavior among African-Americans, the mediahave fostered a distorted and pernicious public perception of African-Americans". Extract frombelow
How the Racist Media Portray the New Orleans Disaster
The hue and cry over looting is a classic racist media ploy. A set of two nearly identical APpictures is circulating on the Internet: the caption of one shows a white couple wading through
water after “finding bread and soda from a local grocery store,” while the second shows a youngblack man “after looting a grocery store.”
 

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