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Woman Who Opposed Obama Racist Cartoon at New York Post Fired

The New York Post, known for its bold headlines and outrageous stories is making headlines of its own, this time for firing one of the paper’s top editors. Sandra Guzman is an Emmy Award winning Journalist who edited the paper’s Black History Month section and the Harlem Week Section for years. Guzman is also the same woman that criticized the infamous racist “stimulus package” cartoon that appeared in its pages. Her removal from her position is raising eyebrows especially from people who claim the paper’s track record with minority employees is shaky.

Many people questioned the judgment of editors at the paper after the cartoon hit newsstands depicting the “unnamed” author of the economic stimulus bill as a rabid chimpanzee shot by two police men saying: [source]

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