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Talking the Walk: A Communications Guide for Racial Justice

by Edited by Hunter Cutting and Makani Themba-Nixon
£11.00   paperback  AK Press (2006)

Talking the Walk: A Communications Guide for Racial Justice by Edited by Hunter Cutting and Makani Themba-Nixon Talking the Walk is an incomparabel resource for learning to discuss and spin issues of race and racial justice. Hunter Cutting and Makani Themba-Nixon help progressive activists and advocates to conduct media work, reframe public debate, and interrupt media stereotypes with messaging around racial justice. This guide is a treasure for democratizing the media landscape and fighting back against our corporate media-saturated environment.

"The no-nonsense style is a joy to read, as the authors face the harsh realities of a racist world but refuse to give up hope that we can create social change. This book is a long-needed guide that can equip people working on issues of racial justice to compete in the media world, where the society's essential stories get told. It's all here - principles, case studies, guidelines and sample materials. This book should be on every oragnizer's shlef."
(Robert Jensen, Associate Professor, School of Journalism University of Texas at Austin, and author of The Heart of Whiteness.)

ISBN 13: 9781904859529 | ISBN 10: 1904859526