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    Government and the Free Press

    News executives from the New York Times, the Associated Press, and Reuters talked about government restrictions on the press, the future of whistleblowers, and accusations of media bias in…

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    Panel on News and Controversy

    The panelists talked about the challenges faced by journalists. They emphasized the history and tactics used in writing books about famous African-American figures. Marcus Mabry wrote…

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    Nonfiction Panel

    The panel members discussed writing nonfiction and talked about their own books. They also responded to audience members' questions.  Collier wrote Still with Me: A…

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    Black Media Entrepreneurs

    Ms. Martin moderated a panel on the future of news and entertainment media, minority entrepreneurship in media businesses, and the potential uses of multimedia resources. They…

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    News Coverage of Hurricane Katrina

    New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin spoke about devastation to New Orleans created by Hurricane Katrina and on-going recovery and reconstruction efforts in the city. Prior to his remarks a…

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    The Future of Television News

    Mr. Pitts moderated a panel on the future of broadcast television news. Among the topics they addressed were the types of news stories covered by broadcast newscasts, various…

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    Time for 'CLASS'

    At the annual meeting of the National Association of Black Journalists, New York Times staff members talked about a series in the New York Times called “Time for 'CLASS'” which…

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    Ethics and Diversity in Journalism

    Journalists talked about diversity in the newsroom. Among the topics they addressed were journalism ethics, a recent incident involving plagiarism and fraudulent stories by Jayson…

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    Journalism Issues

    Mr. Boyd talked about his experiences in journalism, and the scandal that ended his career at the New York Times. He resigned as managing editor of the paper under pressure resulting…

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    National Security Issues

    Ms. Rice talked about national security, efforts to combat terrorism, and military operations in Iraq. Following her remarks she answered questions from Ms. Ifill and the…

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    21st Century African American Issues

    Mr. Belafonte spoke about the future of race relations and the role of black men in the new century. Among the topics he addressed were economic inequalities, African-American…

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    Media Activism and African-American Journalists

    Mr. Joyner spoke about his career in journalism and the importance of the African-American press. He also talked about appropriate venues for press activism.

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    Newsmaker Banquet

    Mr. Johnson discussed minority issues in television. He described the efforts of his company to address these issues.

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    Dole-Kemp Campaign Speech

    Mr. Dole and Mr. Kemp talked about their new civil rights agenda for minorities in the United States. In his introductory remarks, Mr. Kemp spoke about how his term as…

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    After the Million Man March

    In brief opening remarks, Mr. Farrakhan spoke about the role of a free press in promoting democracy. He also challenged the press to report his words and actions fairly and to…

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    Affirmative Action Media Coverage

    Participants talked about how major media sources cover affirmative action issues. They highlighted the language in several recent stories and took questions from the press.

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