Family That Owned The Courier Journal Apologizes for Going 'Slow' on Racial Justice


Here is the full test of a statement issued by historian Emily Bingham and her aunt, Eleanor Bingham Miller, about their family-owned newspapers' track record on race. The family published The Courier Journal from 1918 until 1986, when it was purchased by Gannett.

Emily's father was Barry Bingham Jr., who was one of Eleanor's brothers.

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