Cecily Hilleary writes for VOA News about the invisibility of Native Americans. One take away: "The American Society of News Editors has campaigned for decades to promote greater diversity in news media, but recent data show minorities remain underrepresented in newsrooms. Native American journalists make less than two-tenths of one percent of the mainstream media population."

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JackBilly71TL
JackBilly71TL

The Corporate NATIONAL US Media Journalists should have been reporting and asking questions of illegal migration and child detainment in years 2012, -13, -14, -15. These events were no secret at least regional or local border (TX, AZ, CA) - events were being reported. Yet, the national news NEVER picked up nor investigated further! Why? Because it never SERVED the Corporate Media's political interests and the unreported migration line protected the POTUS White House. The Native American storyline is no secret and regional/local outlets report regularly. Corporate Media doesn't care nor does it fit their political interests considering their unending "stories" on POTUS White House. There is no need for things "native america" considering there are a host of other details to expound on!

blu2cloud
blu2cloud

We have always known that our ethnic cleansing from everything American was designed that way, right from the onset of the English and their gophers the Scottish & Irish. If they wanted to do away with us physically from the earth - why would they want anyone to know about us in any other form, media or otherwise?

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