From the dawn of human language to the invention of writing, most communication was accomplished through speech. Family histories and tribal lore were passed down through the generations orally, often in the form of stories, songs and poems that could be understood by all, memorized by some, and passed along to future generations. Still today,
By Charles Baker
On Friday, January 28, 2011 an emboldened crowd of Egyptian protestors rumbled by my friend and I. Leading them was an Egyptian protestor with an outstretched black baton and a raised police riot shield. Not five minutes earlier, the announcement had come over Al-Jazeera Arabic: Security forces have retreated in Cairo, the Suez, and Alexandria.
By Ben Bodnar
“True journalism in Mexico is truly the enemy of organized crime.” Michael O’Connor, Mexico Representative for Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) Is true journalism found in the traditional media in Mexico today? It is certainly stifled, because traditional media outlets are facing constant threats to either keep quiet or face attack. Approximately 30 journalists have
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