black reporters

On an unbearably hot August afternoon last summer, I was walking along West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, Mo., notebook
Reporters of color face a constant scrutiny about our motives that actually inhibits favoritism, while white, heterosexual reporters, especially men, see themselves and their actions as neutral even when they are not.
Eight days before Barack Obama is sworn in, the relative paucity of black journalists at the White House is striking. A mostly