Tag Archives: Television

July 20

Big Brother 15: Do we need to have a talk about the open racism?

WASHINGTON, July 18, 2013 – The racist, homophobic, and sexist atmosphere in CBS’s “Big Brother” house this season has led to two cast members losing their jobs. Even though the cast members are unaware of the general focus on race in the past week, their words and actions may be indicative of a conversation we all […]

March 03

It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood…Fred Rogers and how he changed TV

From my column at Communities @ Washington Times WASHINGTON DC, February 20, 2013 – Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood premiered nationwide 45 years ago yesterday, on February 19, 1968.  Even for a kid who grew up in South America, Mr. Rogers evokes memories of childhood, wholesomeness, and a time when everything seemed simpler.  Despite the countless jokes […]