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Shift speaks: Our young approach to reporting

This summer, Shift has taken us all over. Read the rest of this entry »

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This Muslim-American life: young adults’ activist, artistic voices

Follow through this six-story series on the lives of second-generation American Muslims. Read the rest of this entry »

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This Muslim-American life: Sharing their stories

The Inner-City Muslim Action Network, a community organizing group based on Chicago’s South Side, brings together Muslims across races and backgrounds several times a year with Community Café, an event where Muslims (and non-Muslims, as well) are given a place to gather together and connect with one another.
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Does a diverse nation need a diverse media?

Hamsa Ramesha by Hamsa Ramesha

We’ve all heard the doom facing mainstream media: the downfall of print, the flawed money-making model of online, and the get-it-free attitude debate over the future of print and the Web. Still, even with today’s financial woes, one part of the journalism business is poised to thrive – ethnic media.

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2009 Naval Academy class most diverse–but not everyone is happy about it

Earlier this month, the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, swore in 1,233 freshmen. Of that number, 435 – or 35.3 percent — were an ethnic minority, a record percent for the institution. They were African-American, Hispanic and Asian-Americans, among others. All took the same pledge, to protect the same nation. Read the rest of this entry »

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