ON THE MEDIA | It’s a problem that most of the people paid to cover and criticize journalism are white

December 4, 2020

“… journalism has misrepresented or excluded specific communities in coverage, … Media criticism and reporting, as a field, has failed to hone in on how racism and exclusion in media isn’t just a story — it’s the story.

American journalism has for generations failed to hold itself accountable. And by and large, media criticism and reporting have failed to center this glaring problem in their reporting.

Source: It’s a problem that most of the people paid to cover and criticize journalism are white

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