Journalism's Mistakes In Covering Trump And Its Time Of Racial Reckoning
Newsrooms are dealing with criticism for their coverage of President Donald Trump as well as calls for greater racial equity in their ranks and coverage.
The Media Critics discussed accusations that journalists did too little too late in calling out Trump's misstatements as lies. They also commented on newsrooms' efforts to have more people of color as members of staff, sources, and serving on their boards.
- Patricia Weems Gaston, Lacy Haynes Professor of Journalism in the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas
- Lewis Diuguid, author of "Our Fathers: Making Black Men"