answer questions about the race beat

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o What happened in Albany, Georgia

o What happened at Ole Miss

o Individuals, including John Lewis, L.B. Sullivan, Grover C. Hall Jr., Bull Connor, James H. Meredith, Ross Barnett, John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, George Wallace, Martin Luther King Jr., Big Jim Folsom, Fred Shuttlesworth, Medgar Evers, Jimmie Lee Jackson, Viola Liuzzo, Michael Schwerner, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, Turner Catledge, J. Edgar Hoover, Jim Clark, Wilson Baker, Jack Nelson, Jimmy Carter, Charles Moore (who were these people, and why were they significant, especially to news coverage of the race beat?)

o “Bloody Sunday,” reaction by those who saw it on nationwide TV, and the 1965 voting-rights march from Selma to Montgomery (what TV movie were Americans watching when news broke about Bloody Sunday?)

o John Lewis’ comments (p. 407) about the news media’s impact on the civil rights movement

o Whether journalists’ coverage of the race beat fulfilled Gunnar Myrdal’s prediction — the one mentioned at the beginning of the book and several times afterward (be prepared to answer a discussion question about this topic)

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