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Top 6 black media personalities who are not afraid to call out the racist masses

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Top 6 black media personalities who are not afraid to call out the racist masses

By FARIDA DAWKINS , Staff Writer via

Journalists or media personalities are tasked with gathering, reporting and disseminating the news to their target audience.

The news can be reported from an array of angles or viewpoints, depending on the objective of the writer or broadcaster.

Some are fine reporting straight facts while others may take a deeper look beneath the surface and dare to delve into news that highlights the injustices that are prevalent in their society.

Angela Rye

Not only is Angela Rye an attorney and entrepreneur, but she’s also a political commentator on CNN and National Public Radio (NPR).


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I am a future butterfly at the stage of growth when I am turning into an adult. I am enclosed in a hard case shell formed by love, family, and friends. It is the hardest stage of becoming a black butterfly. You will encounter many hardships only to come out stronger and better than what you went in. At this stage, you are finding out who you truly are and how to love yourself.

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