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Cornell Belcher, a member of the National Council for Media and Public Affairs, discussed his new book, “A Black Man in the White House,” in which he argues that the Obama presidency triggered a rise in racial-aversion that was evident in the 2016 election.
No Labels GW started out as a complaint.
As the primary season heated up in early spring 2016, it became clear that this election cycle would not be one of reconciliation or moderation.
School of Media and Public Affairs Professor Jason Osder, attended Sundance Film Festival where he observed a trend of documentaries that move beyond the principles of journalism in favor of creative troupes found more frequently in fictionalized films. These films are more explorative, and the filmmakers aren’t afraid to hoodwink the audience to make a larger point.