The organization representing Black journalists in the U.S. has lashed out at media companies, saying that job cuts caused by declining readership and viewership have jeopardized the push for diversity in newsrooms. In this article, published by Editor and Publisher, the organization says it is frustrated because no one seems to be listening.
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