The news media's reckoning on race
When George Floyd was killed, the protests for racial justice put pressure on news organizations to do what many people had been urging for years: hire and promote more journalists of color, listen to them, let them cover stories relevant to their communities. Like the killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd. Or, more recently, the Atlanta spa shootings.
Guests: Toulouse Olurunnipa, reporter for The Washington Post and a CNN political analyst, and Martin G. Reynolds, the co-executive director of the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education.
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