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    Remember the Ladies

    Angela Dodson talked about her book Remember the Ladies: Celebrating Those Who Fought for Freedom at the Ballot Box, in which she recounts the national suffrage movement and profiles many…

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    Trailblazer

    Dorothy Butler Gilliam, who in 1961 became the first African American reporter at the Washington Post, talked about the hurdles she overcame during her career.

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    Trailblazer

    Dorothy Gilliam, the first black female reporter for the Washington Post, discussed her life and journalism career.

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    Covering the South

    The panel consisted of journalists who had covered the Civil Rights Movement. They focused on the time period of 1960-1964. The panelists talked about the effect that the media had in…

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    50 Years After Little Rock

    To commemorate the upcoming 50th anniversary of the “Little Rock Nine,” the Newseum and the National Archives Experience presented “50 Years After Little Rock: The Media and the Movement.” The program included an…

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    Presidential Race Initiative

    Ms. Gilliam interviewed Professor Franklin on the president’s initiative on race. He talked about some of the criticisms of the program and its progress thus far as well as media coverage…

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    Newspaper Roundtable

    In the newspaper roundtable, Ms. Gilliam and Ms. Sommers talked about current news stories of interest to them and took audience calls, faxes and electronic mail. Ms. Feeney served as guest…

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    Federal Government and Urban Revitalization

    The National Urban League continued its annual conference with a discussion on the federal government’s role in urban development. Secretary Herman and Secretary Slater spoke to the group…

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    U.S. Journalism Crisis

    In the first panel of a conference, “Is American Journalism in Crisis,” panelists discussed problems in the U.S. news media industry. They examined issues such media mergers, media forms,…

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    Washington Monday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Affirmative Action in the Newsroom

    The National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association hosted a panel discussion on affirmative action in the media. Participants spoke about the effects of affirmative action in news…

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    Washington Monday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Race, Ethnicity and Culture

    Panelists of varied backgrounds, including Charles Murray, co-author of “The Bell Curve” sought ways to explain bigotry and racism in the U.S. and to replace them with a sense of community…

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    Affirmative Action Media Coverage

    The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS hosted a news conference to discuss how major media sources cover Affirmative Action Media Coverage. They highlighted the language in several…

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    Media Coverage of Africa

    Howard University hosted Washington Post Reporter Dorothy Gilliam. She spoke about media coverage of African affairs and the need for more African-Americans in the media.

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    African-Americans and the Republican Contract

    Participants discussed their perspectives on how the Republican “Contract with America” would affect the African-American community on such issues as affirmative action and welfare reform.…

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    Washington Monday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and…

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    Media and Race Relations

    This panel moderated by Ben Holman, Justice Department Community Relations Service Director (1969-1977) discussed the role of the media and racial relations in America. The panelists…

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    Situation in South Africa

    Black journalists from the U.S. and Africa discussed the situation in South Africa and the prospects for the free elections scheduled for next month. Following some opening statements, they…

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    Women in Politics and Journalism

    The panelists, which included elected officials and journalists, talked about whether women have truly changed the face of American politics. They spoke about changes in the role and status…

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