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There, I Fixed It for You…

Corporate media headlines revised as though they were journalism.

Demonstrators attend a "Sit Out the Curfew" protest on June 3 in Oakland against the police killing of George Floyd. (Photo: Philip Pacheco/AFP via Getty Images)

Wall Street Journal (5/27/20)

Denver Times-Call (5/28/20)

Reuters (5/29/20)

Washington Post (5/29/20)

Washington Post (5/29/20)

NPR (6/2/20)

New York Times (6/4/20)

NPR (6/4/20)

New York Post (5/31/20). Don’t see anything wrong with this one, actually.

Washington Post (6/1/20)

Graphics: Deborah Thomas

Dorothee Benz

Dorothee Benz

Dorothee Benz is a writer, organizer, and strategist who has spent decades on the frontlines of social justice struggles in the United States. She is the Communications Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights. Follow her on Twitter @DrBenz3.

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