White Media’s Impact in Creating Jim Crow South

The new book “Journalism and Jim Crow” describes the years after the civil war when white newspapers in the South helped build white supremacist social orders using the tools of racial terror.

The authors go on to detail how Black journalists fought back and demanding that the United States live up to its founding democratic ideals.

Co-editor Kathy Roberts Forde, professor of journalism at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and contributor D’Weston Haywood, associate professor of history at Hunter College at the City University of New York, join Marc Lamont Hill on “Black News Tonight” to discuss.

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