to do a programme about the media and racism.

Andrew Jakubowicz is Professor of Sociology and co-director of the Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre at the University of Technology Sydney. He is a Board Member of the Institute for Cultural Diversity, an NGO dedicated to the advancement of cultural diversity leadership in Australia and administers its website CulturalDiversity News. His recent research includes a study on the background to African Immigration to Australia for the Human Rights Commission, on the influences on young Australian Muslims for the Australian Government and on the human rights and wellbeing of international students for Universities Australia and the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. He has published widely on the media and racism, new media discourses in academia, multiculturalism, asylum issues, cultural diversity, and social policy. His current research focuses on cyber-racism and community resilience. He is the co-editor of "Australian Multiculturalism: Theory Policy and Practice", Australian Scholarly Press, Melbourne, 2013. He consults with SBS on multicultural documentary development and is the narrative adviser and on-screen analyst on the award-winning multi-series, Northern Pictures and SBS television project, "Once Upon a Time in" - Cabramatta (2012), Punchbowl (2013) and Carlton (2014).

flawed, contributions to a wider debate about the media and racism in post-apartheid South Africa

Richard, along with Houston Texans running back Arian Foster and Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald, in front of a packed standing-room only crowd about how black athletes are viewed by the media and racism.

Mass Media and Racism - Yale University

Waiting my turn @metromorning to talk comment sections, the media and racism Land used Kuhner's material about Trayvon Martin, the media and racism on his radio show – Richard Land Live! – often quoting entire paragraphs without attribution.

Racism and the Media | Stop Racism and Hate Collective

As a major institution in society, the media play a critical role