Shipler, David K.
May 1998
Columbia Journalism Review;May/Jun98, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p26
Discusses the presence of African-American journalists in the United States newspaper industry. Survey conducted by the Associated Press Managing Editors Association; Diversification in the newsrooms; Prejudice in hiring an Afro-American journalist.


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