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Nikole Hannah-Jones speaks on schools, segregation, and systemic racism

Five years ago, Nikole Hannah-Jones was thinking about quitting. “I only became a journalist because I wanted to write about racial inequality,” she told professor Keith Gessen in front of a gathering of journalism students, faculty, and fans at Columbia Journalism School’s first Delacorte Lecture of the 2016-17 season. Frustrated with constantly being steered away from the type of reporting.
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