Sentinel's Rosenhause Touted As Diversity Champ
Tributes are popping up about Sun-Sentinel managing editor Sharon Rosenhause, who is departing the newspaper today. Sentinel reporter Gregory Lewis calls her the "diversity queen" in his paean on his blog and Unity News, connected to the recent Unity/National Association of Black Journalists conference, described her as a champion for minority journalists.
No problem with this -- Rosenhause clearly left an indelible mark on many in the business -- but I wish more reporters who worked in this business so long (and may keep working in it) got their due as well.
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