The so-called "paper-of-record" doubles down on their effort to sell racially charged news to subscribers . . . Most of whom have already abandoned the local news platform.
Here's their latest gambit that seems earnest but possibly out of touch with readers who can find similar freebie content/complaints via an endless stream of social media . . . Take a look:
"We're clearly in a time in this country where we need to confront, address and analyze the ways in which we talk about and interact with issues of race, gender, sexuality, and all of the things that make us a fascinating society," said Trey Williams, The Star's new editor for race and equity issues.