"White Missing Woman Syndrome" is a term believed to be coined in 2006 by Sheri Parks, a professor at the University of Maryland, which describes the trend of news stations paying special attention to Caucasian women that have gone missing while casually disregarding reports of missing women of colour.
Confirmed judges are Samuel Hoi, president, Maryland Institute College of Art; Jeannie Howe, executive director, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance; David McKibbin, alchemist/programmer /inventor, Firaxis Games; Sheri Parks, associate professor in American Studies at the University of Maryland and regular contributor to WYPR "Midday"; Murray Taylor, president, Digital Steamworks.
Sheri Parks Ph.D. is an associate professor of American Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park.After co-hosting Media Matters on WJHU for four years, she is now the host of Clear Reception with Sheri Parks on WTMD-FM, where she examines media and cultural affairs.She became involved with LINC while researching a segment for her radio show.Her daughter has attended LINC camp in the summer.
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