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Blair also implies that he purposely fabricated his stories in order to get back at the Times. But the author makes an interesting point -- basically called Blair an assimilationist and said the situation would never improve unless journalists of color are allowed to be themselves and not suck up.

Each one I got away with felt like a f you to an institution that I had long ago lost any love for, the Post reports. By JULIO MORAN Executive Director, California Chicano News Media Association, USC Annenberg School of Journalism In his June 1 column ["Media troubles go deeper than Blair scandal," Commentary], Steven Greenhut is correct in saying that affirmative action is partially to blame for the Jayson Blair scandal.

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Instead of being encouraged to share their views or challenge the way things have always been done, journalists of color who express themselves are often labeled as trouble-makers and eventually either get fired or leave the industry in frustration.

Unfortunately, journalism - especially newspapers - is still run by older white men who have little exposure to the changing demographics in this country, and, in particular, in this state.

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She left the University of Southern California after one semester. Rumer Willis started her acting career from the age of five, appearing in Now and Then (1995) along with her mother Demi Moore.

She is the oldest daughter of her parents and has two younger sisters La Rue Willis and Tallulah Belle Willis. She studied at Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan, and Wildwood Secondary School in Los Angeles, California before attending the University of Southern California.

Diversity programs are still the only way most journalists of color get hired, especially if they act and think differently.

While people of color make up 31 percent of the overall population, they are only 12.5 percent of newsroom employees, according to a 2003 survey by the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Greenhut writes that affirmative action puts "ideological impulses above honest reporting." How honest is reporting when a newspaper ignores 30 percent to 50 percent of its population?

She along with her dancing partner was announced winner of the show on May 19, 2015.

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