Dorothy Gilliam: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/03/08/double-handicap-dorothy-gilliam-being-first-black-female-reporter-washington-post/Ted Turner, CNN:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACQppLINvsgAnswer follows questions one by one pls.1. From the article about Dorothy Gilliam,

Dorothy Gilliam: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/03/08/double-handicap-dorothy-gilliam-being-first-black-female-reporter-washington-post/Ted Turner, CNN:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACQppLINvsg
Answer follows questions one by one pls.1. From the article about Dorothy Gilliam, she discusses how she struggled to get permission to work 4 days instead of 5 in order to take care of her children. Once she was given permission she was told she was lowering morale in the newsroom. Do you think that today women still struggle to get extra time to take care of their children, and if you were a manager how would you help end that struggle and the stigma that goes along with it?
 
2. One of the videos is about Ted Turner starting CNN, if you were to start up a news station today, how would you do it? What would you cover? How would yours be different than what is currently out there? How would you use your station to make a difference in diversity, equity, and inclusion?