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NAACP Seeks to Broaden Base, Work with Ethnic Media

New America Media, Video, Min Lee Posted: Sep 18, 2009

At a recent training for ethnic media professionals hosted by San Francisco State University and the Zerodivide Foundation, Ben Jealous president of the NAACP, stressed the historical importance of the black press and the new relevance of the ethnic media. Min Lee is an editor at YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.

Benjamin Todd Jealous from New America Media on Vimeo.

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