Free speech issue revived at Hampton; more cuts; quits as city editor in D.C.
- Free Speech Issue Revived at Hampton: Disciplinary
Hearing Held Over Unapproved Fliers
More Cuts in Chicago, Baltimore, at Newsday
McClatchy, Equity Firms Consider Knight Ridder
Escobar Quits as City Editor in D.C., Stays at Paper
"Reporters of All Races . . . Didn't Make the List"
"Who's Who of Philadelphia" Honors Acel Moore
Another Plagiarism Case, Handled More Discreetly
Cartoonist Links Klan, Black-on-Black Crime
Christia's Magazine, No. 2 With Latinas, Folding
"Competition for Acculturated Hispanics Is Intense"
A Rejoinder to "Funny, You Don't Look Black"
Sportswriter Howard Bryant: "I Hit You Back"
Fletcher P. Martin, First Black Nieman Fellow, Dies
Short Takes: Diversity report card for TV; criticism
of Ebony; Natives in U.S. and Taiwan; Ellen Soeteber;
Andres 'Andy' Ricardo Morin; abused Jamaican detainee;
gay portrayals in Vatican story.
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