Detroit newspaper apologizes for misquoting former congresswoman Barbara Rose-Collins

September 1996
Jet;09/02/96, Vol. 90 Issue 16, p23
Reports on the apology offered by the Detroit Free Press for misquoting Barbara Rose-Collins after she lost her congressional seat in the Michigan primary election. The report that quoted her as saying `I hate' the white race and the tape recoring showing that it was not an exact quote.


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