6 edition of Gilliam, Dorothy Butler. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||E185.97 .R638, E185.97R62 G4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|ISBN 10||0915220166, 0915220156|
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Her story is about a time in American journalism where courage and brilliance were called for in the white-male bastions that were American newsrooms. It's a story that has been waiting a long time to be told/5(39).
Dorothy Butler Gilliam's memoir of her life and times chronicles such an ever- upward climb, step by step. Hers is the story of a woman ahead of her time, yet deeply involved in the critical issues of that time, and deeply concerned about younger ones in time yet to come/5().
When Dorothy Butler Gilliam started at the Washington Post inthere were all of two other black reporters on staff, both men. Female hires. While much of this book is concerned with historical events, her personal experience burns at its core.
Gilliam’s own story, Gilliam interiority, lights up the page. By Dorothy Butler Gilliam. TRAILBLAZER is a riveting memoir by the first Black woman reporter at The Washington Post and her fight for media diversity and social justice. Dorothy Butler Gilliam recounts her full, fascinating life—spanning from the s to the present.
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Biography. Former president of the National Association of Black Journalists Dorothy Gilliam was born Novemin Memphis, Tennessee. Her parents, Adee and Jessie Mae Butler had ten children, only five of whom survived. Dorothy Gilliam. likes. This page promotes the upcoming memoir of retired journalist Dorothy Gilliam, the first African-American female reporter/columnist at The Washington Post.
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BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Retired Washington Post reporter and columnist Gilliam (Paul Robeson: All American, ) looks back on her distinguished career, during which she helped spur diversity in the media, beginning in an era when such change seemed nearly impossible.
“I saw myself Author: Dorothy Butler Gilliam. When Dorothy Butler Gilliam began her remarkable year career as The Washington Post’s first black female journalist inAmerica’s major daily newspapers still reflected the stark reality of the Jim Crow were mostly segregated, with reporters and editors within mainstream media newsrooms being white and male.
It wasn’t untilwith the Brown vs Board of Education. Dorothy Butler Gilliam has been a journalist for more than six decades. Inshe became the first black woman reporter for the Washington would later become an editor and a columnist for the paper before retiring in. Dorothy Butler Gilliam, whose year-career as a journalist put her in the forefront of the fight for social justice, offers a comprehensive view of racial relations and the media in the US.Dorothy Butler Gilliam's life spanned the era from the nascent civil rights movement until today.
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