Former NPR CEO Vivian Schiller sat down for an interview with the International Women’s Media Foundation, and announced that despite her controversial ouster from NPR in the fallout of the James O’Keefe sting, she has no plans to leave journalism. She also dismissed charges that sexism had anything to do with her exit.
We couldn’t agree more. Sexism didn’t do Schiller in, it was the cowardice of the NPR board of directors and the organization at large.
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