Nikole Hannah-Jones & New York Times: Running the Publication


here is no guideline of law in the work environment. Throughout all markets, star skill is dealt with in a different way — and enabled to escape with more — than your typical worker. It’s true in the conference room, in expert sports, and in the newsroom.

Yet even awareness of this fact is insufficient to prepare you for the curious case of Nikole Hannah-Jones and the New York City Times. Time and again, Hannah-Jones, developer and compiler of the Times’ 1619 Job, is enabled to openly humiliate the paper in the general public sphere with her juvenile habits, and to plant discord within it by revealing

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.