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Clint C. Wilson II is Professor of Journalism and Graduate Professor of
Communication at Howard University. He has also held faculty and
administrative positions at the University of Southern California,
California State University, Los Angeles and Pepperdine University. He has
lectured at other colleges and universities and has been a seminar leader at
the American Press Institute.
He has written four books on subjects related to the Black press and the
relationship between people of color and general audience media in the
United States. His scholarly work has been published in such periodicals as
Journalism Educator, Columbia Journalism Review, Quill and Change. He is a
founder of the Black Journalists Association of Southern California and has
written for various news media organizations including the Associated Press,
Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Pasadena Star-News, St. Petersburg
Times and the Los Angeles Sentinel.
Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly cited his book, "A
History of the Black Press," as among the 35 "most significant books of the
20th century" and he is a recipient of the Honor Medal for Distinguished
Service in Journalism from the University of Missouri.
Wilson holds the A.A. degree in Journalism from Los Angeles City
College, the B.A. degree in journalism and public relations from California
State University, Los Angeles and the M.A. in journalism from the University
of Southern California. He earned the doctorate in higher education
administration from USC. In addition, he has completed fellowships with the
Freedom Forum Media Studies Center at Columbia University, the Poynter
Institute for Media Studies, and the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mass media and minorities -- United States.
Multiculturalism -- United States.