NBC TV exec apologized for calling Somali leader `educated jungle bunny'

November 1993
Jet;11/8/93, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p6
Reports on the apology issued by NBC Nightly News executive Jeff Gralnick for calling Somali leader Mohamed Farah Aideed an `educated jungle bunny'. Comment from NBC Anchor Tom Brokaw; Reaction of black leaders; Reason for using the phrase.


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