Newspapers will not make minority goal

April 1997
Jet;04/28/97, Vol. 91 Issue 23, p12
Announces that the United States newspaper industry goal of having minorities make up 25 percent of the newsroom staffers by the year 2000 has a long way to go as of April 1997. Comments from Robert Giles, who was head of the American Society of Newspaper Editors.


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