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Nikole Hannah-Jones has been honored with a Mac Arthur Genius Grant.” The news organization then packaged “The Best of Nikole Hannah-Jones” as a feature on The Times added, “Her article for the magazine documenting school segregation won a National Magazine Award earlier this year. Cutbacks Whites Awarded for Stories on Black Communities Why It’s So Hard for Some to Relate to Voters Public Editor Says Suspension of Hill is Worrisome Short Takes ‘Our Leadership Should Reflect Our Readership’: Phil Currie’s Remarks on John Quinn A few years ago, says Nikole Hannah-Jones, a writer for the New York Times Magazine, “I was told I was writing about black people too much” and was punished for it. Times Writer on Race to Be Mac Arthur Fellow Ebony Editor Confirms She’s Left the Company Journalists of Color at 16.6 Percent in ASNE Census State Dept., White House Differ on Media Issues Essence, People en Español in Time Inc.The split in attitudes toward press freedom represented another difference between Trump and his State Department, whose leader, Secretary Rex Tillerson, is said to have called Trump a moron. government to speak out forcefully in defense of press freedom.
I , she told the crowd, “Four years ago, I was told I was writing about black people too much. I write for us, I write our stories and I push back.
“In online-only news organizations, the survey found minorities comprised 24.3 percent, an increase from last year’s 23.3 percent.” The ethnic breakdown [PDF] is: In 1978, ASNE set a goal of achieving parity in newsrooms with the percentage of people of color in the general population by 2000. As with the previous goal, it is unlikely to be met.
In 2010, Hispanics or Latinos were 16.3 percent of the U. population; blacks or African Americans were 12.6 percent; Asians 4.8 percent; Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islanders 0.2 percent; and Native Americans or Alaska Natives 0.9 percent.
“He explicitly threatened the press by saying on Twitter that ‘network news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked.’ “It was a follow-up to the morning missive that reflected his fury over an NBC News report that said he wanted a tenfold increase in the United States’ nuclear arsenal. At a panel discussion Monday at the News Leadership Conference of the American Society of News Editors, the Associated Press Media Editors and Associated Press Photo Managers, international journalists said that Trump’s attacks on the U. media were emboldening authoritarian rulers overseas. Francisco Palmieri, acting assistant secretary of the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, criticized Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in part by saying the U. opposes “any attempt to silence reporters” and advocates making “freedom of speech a right in all countries.” Heather Nauert, the State Department spokesperson, said it is her practice to “speak out at press briefings” about nations that abuse reporters, citing Turkey as an example. .” In fact, a member of “the bullpen,” the State Department press corps, would face persecution if the journalist returned home, Nauert said.
He decried ‘fake news coming out of NBC and the Networks’ and asked ‘At what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Thomas Grove reported Wednesday for the Wall Street Journal that a “Turkish court sentenced Wall Street Journal reporter Ayla Albayrak to two years and one month in prison Tuesday, declaring her guilty of engaging in terrorist propaganda in support of a banned Kurdish separatist organization through one of her Journal articles. She also said the Trump administration raised freedom-of-speech issues recently in meetings with the Chinese.