D.C. 'Times' gets a black recruiter
By Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, 2006, 8:20 p.m. - The Washington Times will get a black head of hiring and recruitment after the conservative daily has been dogged by reports of racism, according to sources.
Assistant Managing Editor Kenneth M. McIntyre, who is white, is said to be leaving for the Heritage Foundation and will be replaced by Metropolitan Editor Carleton Bryant, who is black.
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The paper in September was accused of rampant racism in an article printed in The Nation entitled Hell of a 'Times'. The article followed a similar report by the Southern Poverty Law Center entitled The News That Fits.
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