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Interview with three veteran journalists on what reporters can learn from the civil rights era and what's lacking in coverage of racism and hate groups
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AP's VP for Standards, John Daniszewski, says the news organization should avoid the term “alt-right” as it is a euphemism disguising racist aims
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