Contemplating the Relevancy of Age and Race

Haines, Errin
September 2003
Nieman Reports;Fall2003, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p27
Presents an article which explains that being young and Afro-American had been assets to his career in journalism. Information on the work of the Afro-American journalist; His reaction to the scandal involving Afro-American reporter of the "New York Times" Jayson Blair; Reaction of people to the factor of age and race in Jayson Blair's quick rise to the hierarchy of the "New York Times."


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