Industry News
8/7/2020
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Retired Buffalo, N.Y., television journalist Rich Newberg is assembling a video series based on Black history specials and other work from his long news career. While Newburg has been working on the project for a year, he says there is "no greater moment than now" to get the material to schools so students can learn about events and people in local Black history including James Parker, who in 1901 subdued the assassin of President William McKinley in the city.

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