No apologies from Call & Post:
When Don King purchased the Call & Post, his one demand to both editorial and administrative staff was that the rights of Black people be protected. We have adhered to that demand.
This newspaper stands by the front-page editorial and all of its ramifications.
So what about the rights of African-Americans who voted FOR issue 6, like Senator Turner? Are they, too, nothing more than a collection of Uncle Toms and Aunt Jemimas? Call & Post, apparently, says “yes.” But what about their rights?
And yet, nobody has pointed out to me how Issue 5 would have benefited the African-American community… because no such provision existed.
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