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Sarah Ann Shaw discusses the upswing in the number of Black reporters, hired as a reaction to the civil unrest in the United States in minority communities, with Mel Miller and Ron Hutson.
African American journalists; African Americans in mass media; African Americans in television broadcasting; Hutson, Ron; Miller, Mel; Shaw, Sarah-Ann; Bay State Banner; Boston Globe; Civil rights; Segregation