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Cyber Action for Social Change

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The Audacity of Cyberspace

Professor Thomas L Blair's new book, The Audacity of Cyberspace: the struggle for Internet power , is available to buy online now in the following formats -

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FAIR MEDIA - British blacks challenge the nation's newsrooms

UK newsrooms stand accused of betraying multi-cultural Britain. This charge comes in the wake of a recent damning indictment by the New Statesman in 2012.  The evidence unnerved some editors of metropolitan dailies and Sundays who are concerned about the potential fallout for the reputation of the media that is seeking to show it has recovered from recent controversies. 
Yet, there still is no change in the paltry numbers of Black and minority ethnic journalists. No respite in the misrepresentation of Black communities that fuel race tensions.
Black journalists and community leaders have redoubled their challenge to the whites-only culture in British newsrooms. Their best opinions, case studies and personal histories in this collection are an antidote against a media culture where white commentators dictate what is good for Black people.

Now available as an eBook

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Pillars of Change
Scholars and ghetto youth defend Black Culture and Politics in France and Afro-Europe

Now available as an eBook

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The Audacity of Cyberspace

Professor Thomas L Blair's new book, The Audacity of Cyberspace: the struggle for Internet power, reveals how Black internet activists were demanding equality and social justice a decade before President Barack Obama's "net-generation" launched his journey to the White House.

Globally, the children of the digital age created their own Internet - "Yes We Can". Surprisingly, information-poor Black communities in the USA, Britain and Sub-Saharan Africa were amongst the first progressive voices.

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