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Journalistic challenges from the ’60s, fast-forwarded

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MIJE Staff
July 12, 2016

MIJE asked veteran civil rights journalists Paul Delaney and Dorothy Gilliam about lessons from the 1960s that might be applied to journalists trying to make sense of the violence that convulsed America last week in Dallas, Falcon Heights and Baton Rouge.

Delaney began his work with the Atlanta Daily World during the Civil Rights Movement and became a foreign correspondent and editor for The New York Times. Gilliam joined the Washington Post in 1961 as the first African American woman reporter hired by the paper. She wrote a Post Metro column for 19 years and serves as a MIJE board member.

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MIJE asked veteran civil rights journalists Paul Delaney and Dorothy Gilliam about lessons from the 1960s that might be applied to journalists trying to make sense of the violence that convulsed America last week in Dallas, Falcon Heights and Baton Rouge.

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