MN Daily Salute: African American Female Journalists

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February 12, 2013 ‐ By
Source: GoldieTaylorProject

Source: GoldieTaylorProject

Goldie Taylor

Goldie Taylor is an award-winning journalist, cable news contributor, and managing editor of The Goldie Taylor Project, an online blog devoted to political and social issues. Taylor, who is a staunch independent, has worked as journalist and political consultant for nearly 25 years, and during that time, she has contributed regularly to MSNBC, CNN, and HLN, and now serves as editor-at-large for The Grio.

Taylor’s career began in Atlanta when she was a student at Emory University. During that time she began writing for the Emory Wheel as well as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a part-time staff writer. Taylor has also penned pieces for a number of outlets like Creative LoafingMarie Claire, TheGrio, CNN.com, Americablog, MSNBC.com, and EbonyJet.com. Her 2008 op-ed column, “A Woman’s Worth,” on former Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin remains the most visited webpage in Ebony’s history.

Outside of the broadcast world, Taylor spends her time managing Goldie Taylor OmniMedia LLC and Goldie Taylor Brand Communications, a multicultural advertising agency.

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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!