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Maynard Making Moves

“Clearly we are at a crossroads. As you look around the United States today, it can be difficult to see this nation’s promise. Instead, we see a country that seems powerless over its self-dividing culture, a nation whose institutions are becoming unmanageable, whose media urges it further from sanity.” – Robert C. Maynard This year […]

Examining Fault Lines in a Time of Political Earthquakes

As journalists continue their post-election coverage review and plot strategies for the first 100 days of the Trump administration they should consider adopting a plan built around covering the nation’s Fault Lines, rather than continuing to obsess on day-to-day conflict. The Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989 inspired the late Robert Maynard to suggest much like […]

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Maynard Grad Mistaken Target in Social Media Wars

This first person account is by Doris Truong, a graduate of Maynard’s Media Academy for managers and past president of the Asian American Journalists Association. – MIJE Staff Trolls decided I was taking pictures of Rex Tillerson’s notes. I wasn’t even there. By Doris Truong There’s a joke among Asian Americans that people think we […]