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EDITORIAL: Why Did White America Ignore the March?

Anytime more than a dozen Black men gather in a public space, it’s viewed as news – food and fodder for prime-time TV and print media. So, with thousands of Black men, women and children taking over the National Mall last Saturday, you would have expected to see both the leading local and national television outlets and newspapers out in force to get the scoop – the blow-by-blow if you will. Surprisingly, or maybe not so surprisingly, very little, if anything was said. Silence, for the most part, remained the strategy of the day.