Catholic League: ‘No Women Were Interviewed’ for ‘Top Spot’ at NYT — It’s an ‘Old-Boys Club’

//Catholic League: ‘No Women Were Interviewed’ for ‘Top Spot’ at NYT — It’s an ‘Old-Boys Club’

Catholic League: ‘No Women Were Interviewed’ for ‘Top Spot’ at NYT — It’s an ‘Old-Boys Club’

Bill in the news: CNSNews.com:

Commenting on the appointment of 37-year-old Arthur Gregg Sulzberger to be the new publisher of the New York Times, Catholic League President Bill Donohue said the hiring process at the “old-boys club par excellence” was a “classic case of nepotism,” and added that “no women were interviewed for the top spot,” nor were any blacks, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, Muslims, Protestants, Catholics or transgenders.

There is no glass ceiling at the New York Times, said Donohue, there is a cement ceiling, “one that will never be penetrated by women or minorities.” READ MORE HERE

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By |2017-12-15T15:55:16+00:00December 14th, 2017|Categories: In the News|Comments Off on Catholic League: ‘No Women Were Interviewed’ for ‘Top Spot’ at NYT — It’s an ‘Old-Boys Club’