KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The flashpoints are familiar, even worn out: Was race a factor in the prosecution of the black teenagers dubbed the Jena 6 and charged with beating a white teen? Should The New Yorker magazine have satirized stereotypes of race on its cover?
K.C. publication aims to provide consistency in covering race and ethnicity
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