'National Geographic' Acknowledges History of Racist Coverage

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Published on March 13, 2018 - Duration: 01:12s

'National Geographic' Acknowledges History of Racist Coverage

'National Geographic' Acknowledges History of Racist Coverage In the magazine's upcoming 2018 issue, they did a deep dive into race in both the outside world and in the magazine itself.

They hired John Edwin Mason, a professor with a background in the history of Africa and the history of photography, to look over 'Nat Geo's' history.

Susan Goldberg, Editor-in-chief of National Geographic Susan Goldberg, Editor-in-chief of National Geographic According to Goldberg, they felt is was important to examine the magazine's own history with race before examining others.

Susan Goldberg, Editor-in-chief of National Geographic

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