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Article could have said Colleague Highlights Hard Work of Female Corespondent, but instead news is framed as a what “white” men “should” do. Shouldn’t all genders of all races make a point to give credit when due? Black men, white women, Asian women, black women? No? Just white men?

November 9, 2020
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Title Article could have said Colleague Highlights Hard Work of Female Corespondent, but instead news is framed as a what “white” men “should” do. Shouldn’t all genders of all races make a point to give credit when due? Black men, white women, Asian women, black women? No? Just white men?
Author dtyler86
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Date November 9, 2020 11:27 PM UTC (1 year ago)
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