This series of 100-question guides from the Michigan State University School of Journalism belongs in every newsroom.
It answers the basic, everyday questions that people have about each other—and that the news media often get wrong.
The series is modeled after the Native American Journalists Association’s “100 Questions, 500 Nations: A Guide to Native America,” which has been updated and re-released in partnership with NAJA for the series.
Other titles are:
100 Questions and Answers About Latinos and Hispanics
100 Questions and Answers About East Asian Cultures
100 Questions and Answers About Americans (A guide for immigrants and international guests)
100 Questions and Answers About Muslim Americans
100 Questions and Answers About Arab Americans
100 Questions and Answers About Veterans: A Guide for Civilians
100 Questions and Answers About Indian Americans
Guides are coming this fall for African Americans and Jewish Americans.
The series is available as paperbacks or ebooks and, at $9.95 a copy, the entire series costs less than $100.
The guides are on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, Google Play and Kobo.
For information, discount volumes or guides customized for your organization, contact MSU journalism professor Joe Grimm, firstname.lastname@example.org.