MN Daily Salute: African American Female Journalists

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February 12, 2013 ‐ By

 

Source: WENN/AP

Source: WENN/AP

As African Americans, it’s important that we receive news from people who look like us, and the Black women listed here not only share our experience in America but give it to us straight, no chaser. From their own personal triumphs, to their reputable knack for reporting, and even the creation of million dollar empires, the African American broadcast journalists here not only provide information we can trust, but have set career blueprints that those who come after them can follow with utmost certainty that they too can be successful at all costs. Check out the African American female journalists we salute.

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  • skilletblonde

    None of these women are real journalists. The media conglomerates have destroyed any resemblance of real journalism.

  • HoneyDipp

    LUV Goldie Taylor!!! Sticks to her guns and she is a force to be reckoned with on twitter. Very entertaining…. And Mara S. is sooooo fly. Super talented ladies!

  • http://twitter.com/reeceecup reeceecup™

    I like Richelle Carey from HLN, Aisha Quarles from E! News, and Al Roker’s wife Deborah Roberts

  • Toya Sharee

    Don’t forget Isha Sesay currently an international reporter for CNN and Lola Ogunnaike who worked as an entertainment reporter with CNN and has contributed to the New York Times as well as VIBE mag. Two of my favs along with Tamron!