Journalism of Color is a resilient, transformative, community-based journalism methodology and form of resistance writing that is framed by the values, narratives, and historical contexts of historically-marginalized communities. Journalism of Color is an emergent definition that came to be through a four-month research project, three years of literature analysis, and ten years of work as a trained community organizer and community-trained journalist. Journalism of Color is meant to be a tool that historically-marginalized communities can use in an effort to develop community power. Journalism of Color is theoretically founded in critical race theory, rhizomatic writing, communitarianism, anti-oppressive research, resistance writing, transformative organizing, and cooperation.
|Commitee:||Flicker, John, Johansen, Bruce, Mireles, Ernesto T.|
|School Location:||United States -- Arizona|
|Source:||DAI-A 77/09(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Educational sociology, Journalism|
|Keywords:||Black Panther Party, Cooperation, Journalism, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Movement journalism, Rhizomatic journalism|
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