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Explicit or coded racial justifications for the measure were rare, but not unheard of, based on archived newspaper clippings.
References to race – explicit or coded – were rare, but not unheard of, during the run-up to the city’s decision, according to newspaper coverage at the time.
Hong worked at the UN Development Program and then as a journalist for the People’s Daily, the largest newspaper in China, which is owned by the government.
Santa Cruz also still has its newspaper, the Santa Cruz Sentinel, that it will be up against.
No, instead, the newspaper has now written, as fact, and not corrected, that it itself, as a newspaper, endorses candidates.
POLITICS REPORT: WHO WILL GET THE MIDWAY ROSE?SCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSAUGUST 15, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Now, Beijing is making some of its most dramatic moves yet to effectively shred the publication, one of the few remaining newspapers that is openly critical of the government.
Scripps led the La Jolla Woman’s Club to push the cause and enlisted her chain’s newspapers to back the right for women to vote and urge men to support them.
In the late 19th century, she and her half-brother built the nation’s largest newspaper chain.
That can inform everything from blog content and digital advertising, to newspapers to target and billboard placement.
While we eat on the tailgate of my truck, I hold a Zoom meeting with my school newspaper club.

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