At Clutch magazine, Kirsten West Savali writes that hate directed at the singer for an award that many think was undeserved is misdirected.
When news broke yesterday that Beyonce Knowles was selected to receive a journalism award for her Essence feature story, “Eat, Play, Love,” by the New York Association of Black Journalists, I was stunned -- to put it mildly...
But, here’s the catch.
Writing at Clutch magazine, Kirsten West Savali says that the reaction to Sharmeka Moffitt's story of a racial assault, which turned out to be fabricated, should make us wonder why we don't get as upset when we harm one another. Whe... Read Post
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali responds to a Wall Street Journal op-ed about the college-admissions process. When I read the Wall Street Journal op-ed written by graduating high school senior Suzy Lee Weiss, I was immediately... Read Post
N.Y. Black Journalists to Honor Pop Star's Essay in Essence The New York Association of Black Journalists "is going to be looking at the criteria for next year" after its announcement that pop star Beyoncé Knowles had won one of its... Read Post