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Newspaper article by Susan Ferrechio; The Washington Times, April 19, 1997. Newspaper article by Susan Ferrechio; The Washington Times, April 19, 1997Newspaper article by Susan Ferrechio; The Washington Times, April 19, 1997


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By Susan Ferrechio, Washington Times


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On the other hand, Susan Ferecchio, a reporter for the Washington Times, visited the Afrocentric Marcus Garvey School to report on its progress in 1996.Asked to show her notes before she left, she refused according to journalistic protocol.


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By Susan Ferrechio,The Washington Times


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On that day, a reporter for The Washington Times, Susan Ferrechio, went to the Garvey school for a story on its progress.While waiting for Anigbo, Ferrechio briefly interviewed a student.A school secretary demanded that Ferrechio show her the notepad.She refused.Ferrechio resisted.A group that included the secretary and seven to eight students attacked Ferrechio, pushing and pulling at her.The assailants hit and kicked the reporter repeatedly.The principal grabbed the notepad and, with the rest of the mob, began pushing Ferrechio out of the school.They yelled racial taunts at her, including warnings to get her white ass out of this school. At the door, the mob picked Ferrechio up and pushed her out.Within two hours, Ferrechio returned to the school with two police officers, a black Times reporter named Barrington Salmon, and a white Times photographer named Cliff Owen.Again, Ferrechio and Owen were subjected to racial taunts.This account is based on the assertions of Ferrechio, Owen, Salmon, and the police officers, as reported in The Washington Times and elsewhere.


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