The Ferguson Case In The Media: U.S.A, Romania and Tanzania

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What came first: The chicken or the egg? We were reminded of this old philosophical conundrum as we pondered on the question of how the situation in Ferguson was covered in the U.S.,… Read More

Ferguson Protests: Biases Through Lenses, Pages

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By Brooke Stobbe, Tabu Butagira, & Lila Dhakal “…a white police [officer asks] why I had been taking photos of the road block. I identify myself as a journalist; he appears irritated, refusing… Read More

The Cost of Ferguson

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It’s not secret the media coverage of the Ferguson shooting didn’t reveal a complete and honest picture of the incident. Eventually many “untold” stories about the incident began to pop up. But no… Read More

Ferguson and Lithuanian media

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By Evaldas Labanauskas It is not easy to comment on Lithuania’s media reaction on Ferguson events, because at that time I was in the U.S. already. Anyhow, Lithuanian media paid some attention to… Read More

MEDIA FRAMING OF FERGUSON

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The incident of Ferguson was spiked up a nation wide debate on the long outstanding issue of racial disparity in the Justice System of United States, involving the African American community and other… Read More

Ferguson case around the world

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Written by Alexis Macklin, Sholpan Zhaksybaeva and Krista Kull Edited by Alexis Macklin On Aug. 9, 2014, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot 18-year-old Michael Brown. The death of the young black man… Read More

SERVANT LEADERSHIP!

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  Before I came to the United States as a fellow, I have been privileged to serve in leadership at different levels including: family, community, social and religious levels I have also been… Read More

GLF REMAINS MEMORABLE

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      SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA GROUP AT GLOBAL LEADERSHIP FORUM               Among a few but really great memories of my experience at the Global Leadership Forum, is… Read More

Short Test for Person Who Wants to be Leader

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Water is cold and dangerous By Evaldas Labanauskas Do you really want to be a leader? Have you asked yourself why do you want to be a leader? There are much more people… Read More

The ultimate goal is to create more leaders

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Before coming into the Humphrey Seminar, I had already begun to conjure up, in my own mind, my own leadership style. This seminar reaffirmed my idea that I was heading in the right… Read More

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