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NY Times does NOT fire reporter who used N-word while leading school trip because it wasn’t ‘malicious’

McNeil joined the Times in 1976 and his his COVID-19 coverage has been submitted for a Pulitzer Prize for public-service journalism



The New York Times has stopped short of firing one of its most prominent reporters despite claims he used the N-word during a Times-branded student trip to Peru.

Donald McNeil Jr., 66, whose writing on the coronavirus pandemic over the last year has been submitted for a Pulitzer prize, is alleged to have used the racial slur in front of a group of 26 students and some of their parents.

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