Journalists of color talk about an unprecedented presidential election season

Thursday, July 31, 2008

Last week, 6,800 people gathered in Chicago for UNITY, a conference held every four years for journalists of color. It's the largest reoccurring journalism convention in the nation. Between panels, a Sunday appearance by Barack Obama and industry parties, attendees spoke with The Takeaway about media coverage of the 2008 election.

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