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It is an attempt to be politically correct, but a feeble one. African Americans are way more sensitive and activist about their image. Why are there so many black people in TV ads? In this respect the 50 percent figure, if accurate, may be misleading. Guinn says those sites are interpreting what he sees the wrong way.
For newspapers, the question is whether such letters deserve fact-checking and publication.
At a time when disinformation is in the news, are letter writers entitled to their own set of facts as well as opinions? They reflect an opinion, the public pulse, if you will. Often those public opinions are highly controversial.
The next question becomes is the issue a real one, one that is discussed in legitimate forums. And a quick survey of the web shows us that the issue has been discussed in responsible places: As I went through the wording of the letter, I found that the reader is animated by his concerns about the politicalization of advertising, political correctness, social issues.
In other words, he seemed to be barking against what he believes is Madison Avenue social engineering. I chose it for print.
Another editor chose it for online. Interestingly, we both came to learn afterwards we disagree with the letter writer — that even if blacks were overrepresented in his own personal survey of ads, so what? Why is that a bad thing? I found the concerns legitimate, but a bit extreme. But I was open to evidence that I was wrong.
They both would have published it. I thought she put in a powerful way: A conversation had begun.
The letter writer was starting to get some good push-back from our readers. Here are some responses: Chuck Frederick, editorial page editor, Duluth Minn. Actually, I read it quite closely and was able to figure out how he mixed up some of his numbers with regard to a proposed sales tax.
We let the writers know. We might, however, publish a letter that accuses President Trump of governing as though he were from Russia.Pay growth for women stops at this age Pay growth for college-educated women suddenly stops at around the age of 40, according to new findings from compensation research firm PayScale.
When the study began, she just registered as a sixth grader in a local public school in Honolulu. Since it was the first time she had ever been abroad, I witnessed how she was excited by the new environment, shocked by the new culture, and struggled to learn the new language. Steve Guinn, a white, year-old Phoenix retiree, thinks there are too many African Americans — women, in particular — on the television channel he watches.
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