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The Times articles students read last week, and an invitation to join the conversation this week. [Read More]
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ESSENCE Now's "Slayed or Shade" discusses the controversy surrounding "Sports Center" co-anchor Jemele Hill's tweets about Trump being a white supremacist. [Read More]
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Hillary Clinton meet Jemele Hill. [Read More]
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"...intolerant, exclusive liberal agenda..." [Read More]
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In the age of President Donald Trump, the sports channel ESPN has become another ground for the ongoing culture war. [Read More]
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Fox News Curt Schilling is back taking shots at his former employer, ESPN. Schilling was a guest on Fox News discussing the recent controversy in which "SC6" host Jemele Hill called President Donald Trump "a white supremacist" on Twitter. Schilling said he was not surprised by the comments, claiming that "some of the most racist people in sports" are on ESPN. "Her calling the president a racist, that's no surprise," Schilling said. "Disney and ESPN have stopped giving all pretense of objectivity and they support a very intolerant, exclusive, liberal progressive agenda. I think some... [Read More]
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As the president of the United States, no one should have a better understanding of the Constitution and its limits on their authority than Trump. But as ESPN anchor Jemele Hill has now experienced firsthand, that just isn't so. After Hill accused Trump of being a white supremacist on Twitter, ... [Read More]
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The recent controversy over reporter Jemele Hill's tweets have sparked a debate about how much journalism should be influenced by personal opinion. [Read More]
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On "Fox & Friends" this morning, former Major League Baseball pitcher Curt Schilling weighed in on the controversy surrounding "SportsCenter" host Jemele Hill. [Read More]
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Op-ed: ESPN's Jemele Hill's recent tweets calling President Donald Trump a white supremacist caused a controversy as have tweets by other well-known people, but Frank Harris III says freedom to speak out is better than gagging ourselves. [Read More]
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In view of the "tweetstorm" at ESPN over Jemele Hill's recent charge that President Trump and his supporters are white supremacists, Curt Schilling's appearance on Tucker Carlson's Fox News program tonight could not have been more timely. The former baseball all-star and ex-ESPN baseball analyst said he's not surprised at all that the sports network which fired him let Hill skate free after her incendiary comments. [Read More]
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ESPN host Jemele Hill is being roasted for calling Donald Trump a white supremacist. HuffPost spoke with three prominent black journalists about what tru... [Read More]
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Now comes Jemele Hill, the "SportsCenter" host who has been on the hot seat for the past week for some controversial tweets. To the consternation of some, Hill hasn't been disciplined for her statements, though like a number of ESPN stars, she once was. [Read More]
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Remember Jemele Hill? Wipe the cobwebs from the darkest corner of your memory banks, and the name may sound vaguely familiar. She was well on her way to becoming a household name just last week, which in our hyper-speed news cycle, is about two or three eons ago. So you're forgiven if you don't remember.... [Read More]
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ESPN Sportscenter host Jemele Hill was right about President Donald Trump. On Sept. 11, Hill tweeted a reply in a thread involving musician Kid Rock's recent political speech: "Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists." Her tweet was condemned by Trump supporters far and wide. Hill, who was previously suspended by ESPN in 2008 for saying "rooting for the Celtics is like saying Hitler was a victim," was... [Read More]
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Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan wrote passionately in defense of ESPN host Jemele Hill on Wednesday, and the headline on page C-2 screamed "At a time like this, shutting down Jemele Hill's voice is dangerous." Sullivan concluded "At a time in America when authoritarian tendencies are rising, shutting down voices such as Jemele Hill's is worse than inappropriate. It is dangerous." Nowhere in Sullivan's 819-word harangue was any attempt to address how ESPN has fired a string of conservative voices for saying something conservative, from Rush Limbaugh to Curt Schilling to Britt McHenry. [Read More]
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The freelancer didn't approve of Billy Penn publisher Jim Brady's thoughts on the ESPN SportsCenter Jemele Hill Twitter controversy. [Read More]
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As the Jemele Hill saga proved, the right-wing news outlet is now paying attention to what goes on in Bristol. [Read More]
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By Margaret Sullivan I love words, but sometimes they just aren't up to the job. Like the word "inappropriate," which has been applied to certain tweets last week by Jemele Hill, the ESPN commentator, one of which described President Donald... [Read More]
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