Linn Washington Jr.

Linn Washington Jr. is an award-winning journalist who writes a weekly column for The Philadelphia Tribune. A graduate of the Yale Law Journalism Fellowship, Washington writes regularly on issues involving law, the criminal justice system, news media and inequities involving race and/or class. This ’information junkie’ teaches multi-media urban reporting at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. He lives in New Jersey and frequently travels abroad.


Panafrica - United States
Black History Month observances seek to correct factual inaccuracies that continue oozing across America perpetuating a litany of misunderstandings that fuel racial discord in the US where the majority constantly chides minorities about their criticizing race-based inequities.


Pastoral political Endorsements: Essential or Irrelevant?

Mama Grizzly Palin Mauls Smokey the Bear

Police Brutality – Big human rights abuse in America

Tea Party ‘Talk’ tainted by racial bigotry

“Obama’s Failure: Not Flaunting His Record Of Achievements”

U.S. news media still can’t get it right on race


South Africa’s World Cup untold story

Texas Education Board Makes Stupid Move

US Federal Judge Assists Retaliation Against Whistle-Blowers

Indignities implicit in Arizona immigration crackdown

Drug War Racism Ravishes America

Some see Obama blotting-out Blacks

Abu-Jamal case generates support worldwide

 
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