Jemele Hill and more, talk racism and sexism in media
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Racism and sexism are prevalent across media coverage and representation in media.
The National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ) brought together a panel to discuss racism and sexism; titled, “Intersection of Racism and Sexism in Sports,” featuring: David Aldridge, reporter for Turner Media (moderator) ; Marc Spears, writer for ESPN's The Undefeated; Meghan McPeak, play-by-play broadcaster; Jemele Hill, reporter for ESPN and writer for The Undefeated; Jessie Washington, reporter for ESPN's The Undefeated; and Carron Phillips, columnist for The New York Daily News (left to right in photo).
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