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|(June 4, 2020) -- LBREPORT.com invites our readers to apply portions of the Codes of Ethics of the National Press Photographers Association and the Society of Professional Journalists to a now-ciral photograph of a man with a child on his shoulders facing Long Beech police officers in downtown Long Beach on May 31, 2020.
The Code of Ethics of the National Press Photographers Ass'n includes the following:
The Code of Ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists includes the following:
Below are statements published by the photographer on his Twitter page after the Daily Forty Niner, the student run CSULB newspaper, published the photo and others by the photographer (a journalism student.) The Daily Forty Niner did so with the caption:
A man stands with his child in front of police during demonstrations Sunday in downtown Long Beach. Police pointed rubber bullet guns to prompt crowds to back away. Richard Grant/ Daily Forty-Niner
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After the image went "viral," the Daily Forty-Niner published this statement
While covering the demonstrations in Long Beach on Sunday, May 31 protesting the killing of George Floyd, student photographer Richard Grant, who is a contributor to the Daily Forty-Niner, captured an image that has garnered international attention.
You've read the standards journalists should aspire to meet. Do you think the photograph and its caption met those standards? More fundamentally, do you believe that photograph accurately conveyed the events of that day in Long Beach?
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