The Los Angeles Times, the third-largest newspaper outlet in the nation, has officially apologized for headlines that are biased and negatively interject race. In their Sunday edition, they issued a series of stories, op-eds, and a note from the editor expressing regret and a commitment to do better.
The LA Times owner released this statement:
“This year, across America, we’ve engaged in conversations about race and discrimination that have been candid, direct and consequential. They are happening among friends and co-workers, through protests and political debates, at athletic events and in pop culture. And they are happening at the Los Angeles Times.”