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Here's a quick and easy explainer of all the drama at the New York Times, after employees condemned the publishing of a US senator's controversial op-ed

One year ago   |   By Business Insider

This week, The New York Times published an opinion piece by Republican Senator Tom Cotton titled Send In The Troops. The op-ed called for the US Army to be deployed across cities to stop protesting.
The article was met with widespread criticism and accused of putting the lives of black people at risk.
Many of the paper's employees also denounced the article, tweeting out the same statement : "Running this puts Black nytimes staff in danger"
Newsguild of New York, the New York Times' union, also put out a statement condemning the article. "His message undermines the journalistic work of our...
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