Atlanta Courier-Journal References Gallivan Program, Director Richard Jones in Opinion Piece

Author: Ragan Sernel

“In some quarters, I’m sure that it serves to further erode the public’s trust in the press,” Jones said. “But abandoning the usual standards for decorum feels like it diminishes the office of the president.” -Professor Richard Jones

On Thursday May 21st, lifestyle writer Gracie Bonds Staples of the Atlanta Courier-Journal wrote "OPINION: Why women journalists must persevere despite Trump’s ill treatment." In the article, she discussed Donald Trump's treatment of women in the White House Press Corps. Among the specialists referenced in the article was Richard Jones, the director of the Gallivan Program of Journalism, Ethics, and Democracy and a former colleague of a press corps member.

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