We Weren't Listening

Jackson, Harold
December 1999
Nieman Reports;Winter99/Spring2000, Vol. 53/54 Issue 4/1, p151
Contends that the violent riot which occurred in Los Angeles, California on April, 1992 can in part be attributed to mass media's failure in reporting. Leading cause of death among Afro-American men; Criticism of carnage occurring in the US.


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