Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Show-Me Photog Journalism Winning Aftermath Of Mizzou Racial Protests

The National Press Club, recently honored Tim Tai with its annual John Aubuchon Press Freedom Award. Photographer Tim Tai, who was on assignment for ESPN captured images from the protests that had led to the ouster of the president of the university system, Timothy M. Wolfe, and the chancellor of the flagship campus in Columbia, R. Bowen Loftin, over their response to racial issues on campus . . . His video of confrontation with protesters and a call for "muscle" against him went viral and sparked a debate over 1st Amendment issues vs. social justice protest. Check this interview: Diverse Issues on Twitter

4 Comments:

Melissa Click said...

I am another garden variety, Marxist, Liberal who espouses violence against anyone with opinions that do not agree with the Liberal Narrative.

I seek violent restrictions on Free Speech and the Right Of Assembly in the name of our Fuher, Barry Obama.

Anonymous said...

Well deserved award. Stood up to the mizzou coons and mudsharks better than the administration did.

Captain Obvious said...

Token prize.

Anonymous said...

Can we get some muscle over here to give this dude a serious high-five?