This video is narrated by Ed Asner and animated by Mike Konopacki. It was written and directed by Fred Glass for the California Federation of Teachers.
This is a terrific video for budding writers.
Such a fantastic panel, including Kim McLarin, Phillip Martin, the brilliant Kenneth J. Cooper and me.
Callie Crossley continues to amaze me with her wit and her ability to keep the conversation focused. It was my second appearance on the WGBH-TV program.
Below are highlights of the work done by students who participated in the American Indian Journalism Institute in June. We worked long hours for 10 straight days, but it was fun. It was amazing to watch how quickly these energetic budding journalists took to creating video packages.
AIJI has been helping young people realize their dream of becoming journalists since 2001. The program offers a mix of theoretical and practical workshops, as well as real-world experience in newsrooms. It is underwritten by the Freedom Forum Diversity Institute.
I was among several panelists who spoke at “The Futures of Immigration: Scholars and Journalists in Dialogue” held in the fall and co-sponsored by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard.
Read the Harvard Gazette’s story here.
Emerson College has been ranked as one of the top creative colleges in the U.S. and this video, below, gives you a glimpse of the spirit and energy our students have, as well as the world-class technology and theaters we own.
And if you’re wondering about the students prancing on brooms, that’s a nod to quidditch, a sport our students play.
Tonight, I celebrated my XLVIth Super Bowl Boycott. (You’d think a New Yorker who lives in Boston would get sucked into the game, but my disdain for the game is greater than my need to socialize and be a part of the conversation.)
I did, however, watch part of the half-time show. Madonna was brilliant. She continues to amaze me with her strength and agility. (Reminder to self: start lifting weights again.) I wasn’t too keen on her entrance. Men as slaves is hardly provocative. To me, a Goddess would have no need to subjugate. She should be of the people. But, OK, I get that it’s theatrics.