Episode 197: Nikole Hannah-Jones: Nikole Hannah-Jones covers civil rights for The New York Times Magazine.

“I don’t think there’s any beat you can cover in America that race is not intertwined with—environment, politics, business, housing, you name it. So, whatever beat you put me on, th

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Episode 197: Nikole Hannah-Jones: Nikole Hannah-Jones covers civil rights for The New York Times Magazine. “I don’t think there’s any beat you can cover in America that race is not intertwined with—environment, politics, business, housing, you name it. So, whatever beat you put me on, th

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Nikole Hannah-Jones covers civil rights for The New York Times Magazine.

“I don’t think there’s any beat you can cover in America that race is not intertwined with—environment, politics, business, housing, you name it. So, whatever beat you put me on, this is what I was going to cover because I think it’s just intrinsic. If you’re not being blind to what’s on your beat, then it’s part of the beat.”

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@nhannahjones
nikolehannahjones.com
Hannah-Jones on Longform
[3:00] "Choosing a School for My Daughter in a Segregated City" (New York Times Magazine • Jun 2016)
[09:00] "562: The Problem We All Live With" (This American Life • Jul 2015)
[09:00] "School Segregation, the Continuing Tragedy of Ferguson" (ProPublica • Dec 2014)
[17:30] "Segregation Now" (ProPublica • Apr 2014)
[18:15] Hannah-Jones's archive at The Oregonian
[21:00] "512: House Rules" (This American Life • Nov 2013)
[31:17] The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
[38:35] "Why the Whiteness of the American Media Is Everyone’s Problem" (Howard French • The Guardian • Jun 2016)
[39:05] "The Black Journalist and the Racial Mountain" (Ta-Nehisi Coates • The Atlantic • Jun 2016)



 
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