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James Harris
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James Harris is a podcast interviewer at Truthdig. Covering topics ranging from social justice to politics, culture and the arts, Harris is after one...

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Ingredients for Murder

Truthdig contributor James Harris investigates the assassination of an Oakland journalist who was gunned down recently, apparently to protect the reputation of Your Black Muslim Bakery, an organization claiming high ideals that has been increasingly linked to violence and scandal.

Posted on Aug 20, 2007 READ MORE


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The Imus Distraction

Truthdig’s resident analyst of racial politics argues that the firing of Don Imus will not alleviate the more pressing problems plaguing the black community.

Posted on Apr 17, 2007 READ MORE


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The Invisible City: Entering Oakland

In 2006 alone, 148 people were murdered in the streets of Oakland, most of them African-American. Today the epidemic of violence continues unabated and largely ignored. Truthdig contributor James Harris reports on the forgotten crisis that threatens to tear his city apart.

Posted on Mar 11, 2007 READ MORE


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The Truthdig Interview: Mark Fainaru-Wada

Mark Fainaru-Wada is one of two San Francisco Chronicle reporters who broke the Barry Bonds steroid stories. With a new book out, Fainaru-Wada discussed with Truthdig contributor James Harris whether Congress doesn’t have better things to do than hold hearings into pro sports; whether pro baseball really cares about cleaning up its image; and the federal government’s attempts to get Fainaru-Wada to disclose his confidential sources.

Posted on Jun 13, 2006 READ MORE


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Mark Fainaru-Wada on Barry Bonds, Steroids and ‘Game of Shadows’

Truthdig’s James Harris sits down with SF Chronicle journalist Mark Fainaru-Wada to discuss his book,  “Game of Shadows,” and the leaked grand jury testimony which has gotten him in such hot water.

Posted on Jun 13, 2006 READ MORE


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The ‘Slave Side’ of NFL Sundays

In his new book, “The Slave Side of Sunday,” former NFL player Anthony Prior writes about the legacy of racism in professional sports. “We are not looked at as leaders, rather, just a labor force where the money is generated. Plantation capitalism is still alive today,” he tells Truthdig contributor James Harris. (Audio and text interview with the author.)

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James Prior

The ‘Slave Side’ of NFL Sundays

In his new book, “The Slave Side of Sunday,” former NFL player Anthony Prior writes about the legacy of racism in professional sports. “We are not looked at as leaders, rather, just a labor force where the money is generated. Plantation capitalism is still alive today,” he tells Truthdig contributor James Harris. (Audio and text interview with the author.)

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James Harris
James Harris
Zuade Kaufman / Truthdig

James Harris is a podcast interviewer at Truthdig. Covering topics ranging from social justice to politics, culture and the arts, Harris is after one thing: truth.  After studying Journalism and Communication at Santa Clara University, he went on to teach at Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco, CA and later founded Morgan Media Group, a think tank specializing in Internet and brand development.

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