Opinion: A Reckoning Over Objectivity, Led by Black Journalists

It was a brief interaction, during the first weeks of my career. There had been a stabbing, and I’d been dispatched to a block in Roxbury, a predominantly black section of Boston, to snag quotes from anyone who might know anything about what had happened.

“Who are you with?” inquired the first person I had approached, a black man in his 50s.

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