jrn2201 The Final Barrier: 50 years later, segregation still exists

jrn2201 The Final Barrier: 50 years later, segregation still exists.

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  1. After reading “The Final Barrier: 50 years later, segregation still exists” from The Crimson White, the University of Alabama student newspaper. Make a list of all the sources that the writers apparently used. Identify each source as named or anonymous; upload your list of sources.
  2. After completing The Crimson White exercise above, further discuss sources in this discussion board post. After reading the UA story and completing the accompanying assignment, find an example of an article you think utilizes a wide variety of sources well. It should be a story from the last two weeks. Copy the headline and lede, word for word, into this forum by 11:30 p.m. Sunday.Below the headline and lede, tell us where it was published (what newspaper, website, etc.) and when (last two weeks) and provide the link. In a sentence or two, explain why – using terms and information from this class and JRN 1102 – you think this is a good example of using sources.By 11:30 p.m. on Tuesday, please respond to three classmates using at least three substantial sentences. “I agree” and “I like this lede” are not substantial unless you explain why – using information from this course.

jrn2201 The Final Barrier: 50 years later, segregation still exists

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