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Her career has blazed a trail for minorities in the media. Dorothy Gilliam- the first black woman reporter at the Washington Post, and former head of the National Association of Black Journalists- discusses race, representation and the future of journalism.
- Dorothy Gilliam Director, Prime Movers Program, School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University; former President, National Association of Black Journalists; Retired Washington Post columnist
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