Chauncey Bailey Project

Archive for August, 2007

Court appoints private lawyer for Bey

Younger Bey claims he cannot afford to hire a lawyer.
By Paul T. Rosynsky, Chauncey Bailey Project

Hearings postponed for defendants from bakery

Bakery quartet appears in court.
By Paul T. Rosynsky, Chauncey Bailey Project

Commentary: Services in Detroit on Thursday for Chauncey Bailey

A memorial service planned in Detroit for slain journalist.
Richard Prince’s Journal-isms

Suspect in editor’s slaying: I didn’t kill Bailey

Chauncey Bailey’s alleged assailant recants confession.
By Josh Richman, Chauncey Bailey Project

Rep. Lee backs off support for Your Black Muslim Bakery

Politicians abandon bakery as judge insists on liquidation.
By Josh Richman, Chauncey Bailey Project

Commentary: Democracy’s high crime – killing a journalist

Chauncey was a journalist with a capital “J.”
Commentary
By Emil Guillermo, Asian Week

Hundreds fill church to mourn slain editor

Oakland turns out to mourn slain Oakland Post editor Chauncey Bailey.
By Angela Hill, Jamaal Johnson and Cecily Burt, Chauncey Bailey Project

Commentary: Four journalism groups join to continue Bailey’s work

Journalism groups team up to finish slain journalist’s work.
Richard Prince’s Journal-isms

Commentary: Bailey called a spark that inspired journalism education

Chauncey Bailey was among those who inspired creation of Maynard Institute.
Commentary
By Frank Sotomayor

The Black Press must keep on keeping on

Publisher of slain journalist urges Blacks to keep telling their stories.
By Hazel Trice Edney, National Newspaper Publishers Association

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