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Guild: Gender, Race Pay Gaps Nearly Gone

April 11, 2014

African American women are said to be paid 64 cents, and Hispanic women only 54 In newsrooms, "still a small tilt in merit pay to men"; Rich Holden, diversity champion at Dow Jones, let go; Al Jazeera America lays off dozens in restructuring; White House press to honor black reporter once barred; Obama's LBJ speech a reminder of gap in perceived progress; anchors "lock horns" on responsibility for deportations; Lisa Ling to join CNN in prime-time shakeup; journalists meeting becomes memorial to Chuck Stone (4/11/14)

In Newsrooms, "Still a Small Tilt in Merit Pay to Men"

Rich Holden, Diversity Champion at Dow Jones, Let Go

Al Jazeera America Lays Off Dozens in Restructuring

White House Press to Honor Black Reporter Once Barred

Obama's LBJ Speech a Reminder of Gap in Perceived Progress

Anchors "Lock Horns" on Responsibility for Deportations

Lisa Ling to Join CNN in Prime-Time Shakeup

Members of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists pose before a memor

Journalists Meeting Becomes Memorial to Chuck Stone

On Tuesday, members of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists turned the regularly scheduled meeting into a memorial event honoring the legacy of Chuck Stone, the legendary journalist and activist who died Sunday at 89.

"At the end of the memorial event, each member in attendance signed a memorial plaque for Stone, which will be displayed in the newsroom of the Philadelphia Daily News," where Stone wrote a column from 1972 to 1991. "PABJ plans to memorialize Stone are in progress, including a possible Philadelphia City Council resolution honoring his impact on the city, and a special student journalism challenge & scholarship to be named in his memory," according to PABJ Prism, a PABJ publication.

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