Dean Baquet

The fallout at the New York Times over a recent headline’s clear mischaracterization of the president’s nonstop racism continued this week with a staff meeting addressing a number of missteps the paper has had covering the topic of race.

Journalist Paul Delaney wrote a column on why he feels the NY Times’ appointment of the first woman and Black man to lead the 160-year old paper, deserves more public recognition. The paper recently appointed Jill Abramson as the first woman to be appointed editor-in-chief, and Dean Baquet as the first African American managing editor. […]

NEW YORK — Two major hiring moves by The New York Times include an appointment of Dean Baquet as the publication’s new managing editor. Baquet is filling the position of Jill Abramson, who will become the first female executive editor in the 160-year history of The New York Times. The Daily Beast reports: There was […]