“The Race Beat” , reading assignment help

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Answer 4 questions after you read chapter 12-chapter 16 of “The Race Beat”

Do not use reference, use your word to answer

1. From chapter No. 12 — who was Claude Sitton and why did the New York Times hire him to replace John Popham? Who was Turner Catledge & what was his role in the NYT’s shift of perspective?

2. Chapter No. 13 — What did Southern segregationist editors try to prove about Northern papers’ coverage of racial conflict? Why do you think the Southern editors had/didn’t have a point?

3. Chapter No. 14 — Describe how the relationship between media coverage of the lunch-counter sit-in by North Carolina college students and the growing popularity of this type of passive protest.

4. Chapter Nos. 15-16 — Who was Harrison Salisbury & what effect did his story “Fear & hatred grip Birmingham” have on press coverage & the public’s perception of journalistic integrity? Who were the Freedom Riders & how did the media cover their story? Who was L.B. Sullivan & what effect did his actions have on media coverage of the equal-rights struggle? Identify these people & explain their role in press coverage of the racial conflict: Howard K. Smith, John Seigenthaler, Bull Connor, Laurie Pritchett.


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