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Montgomery Advertiser newspaper, February 5, 2013
Ithaca Times, February 6, 2013

2022     Harmeet Kaur, “One of Toni Morrison's only short stories is getting published as a book.”  CNN.  January 12, 2022

2022     Kathy Hovis.  "Students engage with Black ‘memory workers’ in NY."  Cornell Chronicle.  January 14,    2022

2022     Kathy Hovis. "Students engage with NYC Black ‘memory workers’ in Mellon seminar."  A & S Communications." Cornell University.  January 3, 2022

2021     Linda B. Glaser.  “Wolchover named A&S Zubrow Visiting Journalist.”  Cornell Chronicle.  September 17, 2021

2021     Jyothsna Bolleddula.  “‘I Don’t Want to Be the Only One’:  Cornell’s 8 Black Women Full-Professors Face Disproportionate Burdens."  Cornell Daily Sun.  July 2, 2021

2021    Nadra Nittle.  “Why Did It Take So Long for Food Companies to Rebrand their Racist Products?”  Civil Eats.  May 25, 2021

2021    Linda Glaser.  “Final ‘Racism in America’ webinar on April 27 to focus on our economic system.”  Arts and Sciences Communications.  April 14, 2021


2021    Kate Blackwood.  “‘Emancipation’s Daughters’ celebrates five iconic Black women.”  Cornell ChronicleApril 20, 2021

2021     Heather Salerno.  “Visionary Voice:  The University celebrates one of its most remarkable alumni:   literary legend Toni Morrison.”  Cornell Alumni Magazine.  January/February 2021


2021     Ben Kesslen.  “San Francisco school renaming effort stalls after colliding with another battle:   School reopening.”  NBC News.  February 23, 2021

2021     Hope Ngo.  “The Meaning behind Aunt Jemima’s New Name.”  February 10, 2021


2021     Jon Haworth.  “Aunt Jemima announces new name, removes 'racial stereotypes' from product.”  ABC News.  February 10, 2021


2020     Matthew Lavietes.  “Corporate America's year of name changes and racial reckoning.”  Thomson Reuters Foundation News.  December 17, 2020


2020    Jyothsna Bolleddula.  “Cornell Commemorates Toni Morrison M.A. ’55 Through Live Reading of ‘The Bluest Eye.’”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  October 9, 2020. 

2020     Alexandra Olson.  “Mars Drops Uncle Ben’s, Reveals New Name for Rice Brand.” AP.  September 23, 2020

2020     Kathy A. Hovis.  “Authors, poets, scholars celebrate Morrison in ‘Bluest Eye’ reading.” Arts and Sciences Communications.  August 26, 2020

2020     L.P. Drew.  “Common Threads:  Professor, author, and textile artist Riché Richardson explores the African American experience.”  Cornell Alumni Magazine.  July/August 2020

2020     Linda B. Glaser.  “Richardson Explores Rosa Parks’ Life in New Animated Video.”  Cornell Chronicle.    June 22, 2020

2020     Sam Roberts.  “Overlooked No More: Nancy Green, the ‘Real Aunt Jemima.’”  The New York Times.  June 17, 2020

2020     Tiffany Hsu.  “Aunt Jemima Brand to Change Name and Image Over ‘Racial Stereotype.'”  The New York Times.  June 17, 2020

2020     Interviews on Aunt Jemima brand’s removal by Pepsico featured in over 552 media outlets that reached over 1.5 billion, including NBC’s The Today Show and Nightly NewsCNN Money, Al Jazeera’s NewshourOn Point TalkLet’s Go There, the AP, NPR, the New York Times, Time, the BBC, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, Forbes, Business Insider, Elle, Good Housekeeping, Essence

 the Oprah Magazine, The Rush Limbaugh Show, Breitbart, Iheart Radio, The Beat, the Albany Herald, Axios, Barbados Today, Black News Portal, Breaking News, Consumer Affairs, Daily News-Ghana, E! Online, Good Morning America, La Verdad, Men’s Health, The Cut, the Hollywood Gossip, The Hill, The Sacramento Observer, The Sun, The Week Magazine, The Grio, the Chronicle, Vox, and Yahoo News.  June 17, 2020; June-July, 2020

2020     Clémentine Goldzal. “AUTANT EN EMPORTE L’AMÉRIQUE.”  Elle France magazine. June 2020

2019     Amaris Janel Henderson.  “MIT Professor Visits to Talk about Slavery, Education.”  A & S Communications.  October 17, 2019

2019     Salome Asatiani.  “Toni Morrison.  Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. October, 2019

2019     Justine Kim.  “Peers, Students of Toni Morrison M.A. ’55 Reflect on Her Legacy.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  October 3, 2019. 

2019     Newsday.  BBC World Service radio.  August 7, 2019

2019     Celia Clarke.  “Cornell Remembers Alum, Author Toni Morrison.”  WSKG-NPR August 7, 2019

2019  Hunter Seitz.  "Africana Studies Professor Offers Class about Takeover."  The Cornell Daily Sun.  April 18, 2019  

2019     Vivien Fan.  “Cornell To Honor 50th Anniversary of Willard

Straight Hall Takeover With Keynote Event and

Commemorative Walk.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  April 16, 2019

2019     Amina Kilpatrick.  “John Bracey Honors Longtime Friend Prof. Emeritus James Turner at Two-Day  Symposium.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  April 16, 2019

2019    Yvette Ndlovu.  “Africana Center to honor founder at 50th anniversary symposium. Cornell Chronicle.  April 9, 2019

2019     Nancy Doolittle.  “Riché Richardson: from surgery to recovery to hope.” Cornell Chronicle. April 2, 2019

2019     Kathryn Stamm.  “Africana Center Founding Director Prof. James Turner to be Honored at 50th Willard Straight Hall Occupation Anniversary Symposium.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  March 26, 2019

2019     Eric Ginsburg.  “Stop Calling Food ‘Plantation."  Munchies.  February 21, 2019 

2019     Krista Johnson.  “Montgomery Native Riché Richardson Enters 20th Year of Creating Portrait Quilts.”  The Montgomery Advertiser.  January 28, 2019

2018     Stacy Brown, “Applying Racial Bias During Jury Selection is an American Tradition,” BlackPressUSA.  December 13, 2018 

2018     Amina Kilpatrick.  “Beyoncé’s Father Recalls Hiding from a Ku Klux Klan Rally As a Child at Cornell Lecture.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  September 28, 2018 

2018     Samantha Stern.  “Beyoncé’s Father and Top Music Industry Leader Mathew Knowles to Speak at Cornell Panel.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  September 18, 2018
2018   Linda Glaser.  “Top Music Industry Expert Speaks.” Cornell Chronicle.  September 13, 2018
2018     Josie Rubio.  “14 Fun College Classes You Wish You Could Take.”  September 13, 2018
2018    “Through the Generations:  Personal Reflections on MLK’s Life and Death.”  Media Relations Office. Cornell University.  April 2, 2018.

2018     Cristina Sarto.  “No, Beyoncé non è solo una popstar.”  May, 2018


2017    Stacy Brown.  “Black Women of Power Reject Victim-Blaming in Sexual Harassment Cases.”  The Washington Informer.  December 13, 2017

2017    "How Does Beyoncé ‘Run the World,’ Students Answer After Semester of Study" by Maryam Zafar.  The Cornell Daily Sun.  November 30, 2017

2016     Associated Press.  “Harriet Tubman to Be the Face on the $20 Bill.”  The New York Times.  April 20, 2016 (375 news media mentions on Harriet Tubman)

2016   Associated Press.  “Harriet Tubman to Replace Andrew Jackson on $20.”  The Washington Post.  April 20, 2016 (375 news media mentions on Harriet Tubman)

2016   Associated Press.  “Tubman  to Replace Jackson on the $20.”  The Chicago Tribune.  April 20, 2016  (375 news media mentions on Harriet Tubman)

Riché Richardson Interview.  NBC's The Today Show.  June 17, 2020

2015    Linda Glaser.  “Honoring Malcolm X.”  Cornell Chronicle.  February 18, 2015. 

2015   Linda Glaser.  “Quilts Portray Civil Rights Movement, Hollywood, Family.”  Cornell Chronicle.  February 18, 2015

2015    “Quilt Exhibition Opens Ahead of Civil Rights Anniversaries.”  WSFA 12 TV News, January 15, 2015

2015    Rebecca Burylo.  “Quilt Artist Honors Civil Rights, Southern Roots.”   The Montgomery Advertiser.  January 11, 2015

2014    Interview with Lee Rayburn.  Morning Newswatch.  WCHU 95.9 FM.  November 14, 2014

2014    Anushka Mehrotra.  “Cornell to Celebrate Martin Luther King Day for the First Time in Its   History.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  January 20, 2014

2013    Anushka Mehrotrra.  “Cornellians Reflect on 50th Anniversary of March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.”  The Cornell Daily Sun.  August 29, 2013

2013    “Rosa Parks @100:  A Talk by Dr. Riché Richardson.”  CBS Atlanta. February 21, 2013

2013    Public television broadcast of Rosa Parks Birthday Celebration at Rosa Parks Museum, including “Rosa Parks @ 100” talk.  Trojanvision.  Captitol City Connection.  Channel 95.  Multiple television airings beginning in February 2013

2013.   Associated Press.  “Postal Service Unveils Stamp honoring Parks.”  The Montgomery Advertiser. February 5, 2013

2013     Interview.  Today in Alabama Show.  WSFA/NBC Television News.  February 4, 2013

2013     Teri Greene.  “Troy University Montgomery to Celebrate Rosa Parks’ 100th Birthday.”  The Montgomery Advertiser.  February 3, 2013

2013     Rob Montana. “Cornell Professor Speaking about Rosa Parks Legacy at Cornell, National Museum.”  Ithaca Times.  February 6, 2013

2013     “Professor Lauds Rosa Parks on Centennial.”  Cornell Chronicle.  February 4, 2013


2013    “Rosa Parks Celebration, Stamp Unveiled.”  WAKA Montgomery.  February 4, 2013

2013     News feature on Rosa Parks Stamp Unveiling.  WSFA/NBC Television News.  February 5, 2013


2013     “Troy University and the U.S. Postal Service Launch Rosa Parks' 100th Birthday Celebration with Historic Stamp Unveiling.”  Black  February, 2013


2013    “Rosa Parks Museum to host 100th Birthday Celebration for Rosa Parks.  WSFA 12 Central Montgomery.  January 23, 2013




2012    Linda Glaser.  “Africana Panel Explores Michelle Obama's Image, Identity.”  Cornell Chronicle. October 23, 2012


2012     Linda Glaser.  Quoted and featured in “Cornell faculty celebrate 50 years of Ford Fellowships.”  Cornell  Chronicle.  September 28, 2012

2012      Linda Glaser.  “Africana Announces New Curriculum and Expanded Faculty”  Cornell Chronicle.  May    29, 2012


2010     Joseph Manksy.  "Scholars Ponder Future of Africana Studies after 40 years."  The Cornell Chronicle.  April 19, 2010

2009     Daniel Aloi.   “Artist Shares Her Cultural Quilts with Parisians.” Ezra magazine, Cornell University.  Summer 2009

2009    Elise D’Haene.  “The Art Scene.”  East Hampton Star.  July 14, 2009

2009    “New Book Examines Black Quilts from Slavery to the White House.”  Los Angeles Sentinel, March 25,  2009 

2009     “New UCD Book Examines Black Quilts from Slavery to the White House.”  The Daily Democrat, Woodland, California.  March 13, 2009

2009      Paris Update:  Insider’s Weekly Guide to the City of Light.  January 21, 2009

2009    “Levez la main et dites ouallah!”  Bondy Blog  January 19, 2009 

2009      Eric Lieu.  “Quilt, Always.” ParisDailyPhoto.  January 20, 2009

2009      Daniel Aloi.  “Artist Shares Her Cultural Quilts with Parisians.”  Cornell Chronicle.  January 23 2009 

2009      Daniel Aloi and Lauren Gold.  “Toni Morrison on Writing, Knowledge and Sin.”  Cornell Chronicle. October 5, 2009

2007      "Richardson Pens Groundbreaking Book on Black Masculinity."  Book of the Month.  The Georgia Informer.  March 2007

2007       Beth Curda.  “Professor Pays Tribute to Her Southern Roots.”  The Davis Enterprise.  February 28, 2007

2007       Book feature.  Montgomery Advertiser.  February 14, 2007

2005      Fahizah Alim.  “Oprah’s ‘Eyes’ on Novelist’s Contributions.”  The Sacramento Bee.  March 5, 2005

2005      Interview.   “Southern Identity.”   The State of Things.  North Carolina Public Radio.  March  4, 2005

2003       “Diversity, Democrats and the War.”  The Nation webpage.  April 7, 2003

2002       September 11 Tribute.  The Sacramento Bee webpage.  September 11, 2002

1995       Television interview with Thema Bryant.  Durham, North Carolina

1993       Natasha Tarpley.  "Voices from the College Front," Essence magazine.  October, 1993

1993       Television 3 interview with host Quesha Starkes in Montgomery Alabama.  June, 1993

1993       Courtney Leatherman.  “At Spelman, Race Often Takes Precedence over Gender.”  Chronicle of Higher Education.  July 14, 1993

1992       “Scholarly Pursuits:  Black College Students Following a New Kind of Hero:  The Men and Women of Academe.”  The Atlanta Journal and Constitution.  November 28, 1992

1989       Chrys Robbins.  “Sorority Presents its 19th Annual Debutante Cotillion.”  The Montgomery Advertiser.  April 9, 1989

1988      "St. Jude High School" honor roll.  Alabama Journal.  November 18, 1988

1987       “At St. Jude Council Officers Elected.”  The Montgomery Advertiser.  April, 1987

*Riché Richardson's earliest appearances in The Montgomery Advertiser newspaper and on WSFA TV News occurred as a child, at around ages 6 and 9, respectively.  In both instances, she is featured alongside Vinnie Russell (pronounced "Viney"), her grandmother Emma Lou Jenkins Richardson's aunt, during the former's birthday celebrations as a centenarian, family celebrations that were highlighted in the local news annually for several years

Riché Richardson Interview.  NBC Nightly News.  June 17, 2020

Riché Richardson Interview.  Newshour.  Al Jazeera.  June 17, 2020

Riché Richardson Interview.  CNYCENTRAL NBC3.  Local News.  June 17, 2020

Riché Richardson Interview.  On Point TalkBy Carlette Christmas, July 1, 2020

Riché Richardson Interview.   CBC's The National.  June 17, 2020

Riché Richardson Interview on panel on Let It Be Known.  BlackPressUSA with Dr. Ben Chavis and Stacy Brown. February 4, 2022

Riché Richardson Interview on panel on Let It Be Known.  BlackPressUSA with Dr. Ben Chavis and Stacy Brown. March 10, 2022

Riché Richardson Interviewed with Dr. Mathew Knowles on Let It Be Known.  BlackPressUSA with Dr. Ben Chavis and Stacy Brown. March 17, 2022

Riché Richardson Interview with Daniel James.  Black Voices on the Hill.  WVBR 93.5 FM  By Daniel James II.  February 18, 2022


2021     Interview on Aunt Jemima Op-Ed and Emancipation’s Daughters on Black Urban Radio.  We Talk Productions.  October 28, 2021 by Kenneth Jones. 


2021   Interview.  Mathew Knowles Impact.  “Claudia Jordan: Donald Trump, Race and Colorism.”  By Mathew Knowles.  March 29, 2021  


2020    Interview (alongside Micki McElya).  Hearsay.  By Cathy Lewis.  WHRV-NPR.  July 14, 2020 (Tune in at 28:43 near the final half hour for Lewis's dialogue with McElya and Richardson).           

2020 Interview.  “Peace and Love.”  Let’s Go There.  By Ryan Mitchell and Shira Lazar.  July 21, 2020; also appeared July 18th on the topic of Aunt Jemima, and Friday, June 19th, on the topic of Juneteenth (Tune in at 31:06 to hear Richardson's six-minute interview in this segment)

2020     Interview (Alongside Randall Horton).  “Black Literature.”  The Lisa Show.   BYU Radio.  By Lisa  Valentine Clark and Richie T. Steadman.  February 20, 2020 

2017     Interview.  “Pop Culture in the College Classroom.”  By Nicole Poitras.  Emerson College.  WERS  Soundcloud.  October 2017


2016    Emerging Scholars Organization. Spotlight on Southernist Scholars Initiative.  Society for the  Study of Southern Literature. By Kelly Vines.  November, 2016

2014    “Politics and Race in 2015.”  Morning Newswatch.  WHCU 95.9 FM.  By Lee Rayburn.  November, 2014

2013     “Interview with Trudier Harris and Riché Richardson.”  Society for the Study of Southern Literature Newsletter.  By David Davis.  November, 2013  

2013    “Rosa Parks@100.”  TransAtlantica:  American Studies Journal.  By Géraldine Chouard and Anne Crémieux.  February, 2013

2009    “Levez la main et dites ouallah!”  The Bondy Blog. Por Nadine Nabili.  January, 2009

2005    “Southern Identity/Prophets of the Hood.”  The State of Things, UNC-NPR.  By Gail Harris.  March, 2005 (Harris's dialogue with Richardson begins at 12:00 during the segment; Imani Perry is interviewed by her in the latter portion on Prophets of the Hood)


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