USA Today Editor Apologizes for Publishing Blackface Photo in College Yearbook

  The New York Times 

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The editor, Nicole Carroll, said she did not recall the image, which appeared in the 1988-89 Arizona State University yearbook when she was its editor in chief. The photo was uncovered in a review of yearbooks by USA Today journalists.
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