Missing Pages: Black Journalists of Modern America : an Oral History

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Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 375 pages
An oral history of modern American journalism by trailblazing black journalists such as Ed Bradley, Max Robinson, and Karen Dewitt.

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In his second effort to compile and preserve the experiences of a segment of black America (afterBloods: An Oral History of the Vietnam War by Black Veterans , 1984), Terry profiles notable black ... Read full review


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Wallace Terry, born in Harlem in 1938, attended Brown University and the University of Chicago, and was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard. He worked as a reporter for the Washington Post and later Time magazine, where he covered the Civil Rights Movement in America and the Vietnam War. He wrote for many publications, taught journalism at Howard University, and was the author of Bloods, a national bestseller about blacks in the Vietnam War. He is survived by his wife Janice, their three chldren--Tai, Lisa, and David--and two grandchildren.

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