Kaiser Family Foundation/National Association of Black Journalists 1998 National Survey on Blacks, Media & Health
A national survey of 800 African Americans, plus an additional general population sample of 800 Americans, examining perceptions about the media's coverage of health issues that most concern and impact African Americans. This survey was conducted jointly by the Foundation and the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) for presentation at the NABJ's annual conference being held in Washington, DC on Friday, July 31st, 1998.
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- News Release: African Americans Voice Concerns: Majorities Say Media Perpetuates Stereotypes While Not Focusing Enough on Health Issues that Concern Them
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