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Syracuse to South Africa

Conversation on Segregation Held with High School Media Students In a series of what was in momentum from Trevor Noah’s visit to Syracuse for the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day earlier this year, the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central hosted an interactive panel March 1 to induce conversations about racism in America and post-apartheid life in South Read More Read More »

Cultures Collide

Residents from two continents capture images of their hometowns from their own perspectives Read More »

A Friendly Five

Music columnist travels from Syracuse to South Africa to learn black musicians on each continent share strikingly similar experiences As a longtime local musician and appreciator of live music, I have recognized that there is a large disparity between the presentation of local artists of color and white artists at many of the live music events hosted in the city Read More Read More »

Cultural Exchange

Syracuse city school students travel to South Africa over winter break Four students from the Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central’s media communications program visited South Africa from Dec. 26 through Jan. 6 as part of a special cultural and journalism exchange. To make the most of their experience, each was paired with a South African teenager involved with Inkululeko, Read More Read More »

Current Issue

Sometimes you end up traveling miles to get to know someone who’s been working and living just a few blocks away. Such was the case over the recent winter break for me when I traveled with a team of students from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University to Grahamstown, South Africa, for a two-week visit. Our Read More Read More »