Backlash Against Racist NY Post Cartoon Begins

Backlash Against Racist NY Post Cartoon Begins

Backlash Against Racist NY Post Cartoon Begins

Vanity Fair‘s Michael Wolff discusses the effect of the protests against a controversial New York Post cartoon on Rupert Murdoch’s empire.


With the release of an internal email from editor Sandra Guzman at the New York Post distancing herself from Sean Delonas’ cartoon, the inner dissension over the editorial became public. Protests from people across the country and the Rev. Al Sharpton also added pressure on the paper to issue an apology. Michael Wolff, a Rupert Murdoch biographer, discusses the effects of the turmoil on the NewsCorp CEO and the likely fate of the editors involved in the fiasco.

Gabriela Resto-Montero

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