What Exactly Does the New York Times Think the Alamo Is?
On Sunday, the New York Times Magazine published an in-depth feature about the San Antonio Food Bank and the challenges faced by Texans struggling to feed their families amid the coronavirus pandemic. The story is a compassionate, strongly reported piece of journalism that seems to draw much of its inspiration from powerful work by the San Antonio Express-News and photographer William Luther. (The Times story acknowledged that “aerial photos” of the food bank’s parking lot had become a symbol of the economic insecurity brought by the pandemic, but neglected to mention who took or published the photos.) As noted by the Houston Chronicle‘s Jennifer Chang, the story is part of the paper’s controversial tradition of re-reporting stories that have been told elsewhere as if they were first…View Original Post
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