FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
For you, and for kids who are black: How much contempt does the New York Times have for you, and for kids who are black and Hispanic?
Consider this piece in Sunday's New York Times Magazine. It was written by Alice Yin.
Who is Alice Yin, you ask? You're asking a very good question!
She graduated from college this June. Today, as a "James Reston Reporting Fellow," she's writing that Sunday magazine piece about low-income/minority schooling. Good jobs at low wages!
We'll review the report's hackneyed content next week. For today, we'll offer you this:
It certainly isn't Alice Yin's fault. But this famous newspaper is filled with contempt for you and for low-income kids.
Also, of course, for their parents.
The James Reston Reporting Fellowship: "The New York Times Company offers the James Reston Reporting Fellowship to senior and graduate students who are studying journalism..."
It's good enough for low-income kids' work! For more information, click here.