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Contributor

Cherod Johnson

Born: 1987

Current Residence: Columbus, Ohio

Association: Public Relations Chair/Staff writer for the Obsidian (BGSU Multicultural newspaper)

Whether it's writing, public relations or being a motivational speaker, Cherod Johnson posses the qualities that are desired in the field of journalism. From being a freelance writer to a public relations chairperson for numerous of years, Johnson has learned the art of journalism, hoping to someday be a "great" critic.

Even though Johnson is currently doing a dual major at Bowling Green State University in Public Relations and Africana Studies, he still finds time to focus on doing what he loves, which is writing. His emphasis focuses mostly on contemporary issues surrounding African-Americans to include subject such as affirmative action, institutional racism and the systemic injustics of our government and examing  and exploring race relations within the United States. 

When speaking of race, gender or class, Cherod Johnson is a movitational speaker who strives to address the social and economic ills of the poor. He also strives to address issues merging from popular culture, social and political aspects.

Vogue Strategy: Derived from a Discourse of minstrelsy and slavery? - Not too long ago, Lebron James was depicted on the front cover of Vogue Magazine. The image of him seme to be rooted in a portrayal of a brute-like character that can be correlated with the post-historical buck image that is stream from the institution of slavery.

The Construction of Black and White Masculinity in the Media - Before the Michael Vick incident, he was highly glamorized for his ability to be a great football player. Surprisingly, he is one of the

What Does It Mean To Be Black? Exploring Race with Obama - Debating the ideologies of race and whether or not Obama relates to the majority of the African American community.

A Shared Color does not equal a shared Ethnic Concept - Exploring the differences between race, ethnicity and culture. Comparing two ethnic groups with the same skin complexion and different backgrounds and cultural experiences.

Hip Hop vs. America? - BET thought it was their job to explore its faults and the impact that rap music and videos have on Americans as a whole, whether they"re white or black.

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