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National Geographic reckons with its racist past

Christian Science Monitor Tuesday, 13 March 2018
National Geographic says its past coverage looked at the world through a racist lens. Acknowledging the 130-year-old magazine's past, its editor says, is essential 'to move beyond it,' as is hiring a more diverse newsroom. 
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It has a 129 year history, and now National Geographic, known for its yellow frame and iconic photos, has admitted to at times being racist. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.

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