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In an interview with Digiday, Belton said her long-term priority is “the health and growth of HuffPost, as well as to increase diversity.”
Belton’s hire is a “landmark event” after the “stormy seas” at HuffPost, said Peter Bittner, a journalist and lecturer at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
Belton led The Root’s newsroom for the last five years, where she was the first editor-in-chief and the youngest managing editor.
He called Belton’s hire a “landmark event” after the “stormy seas” at HuffPost.
Belton reported finding a few bullet casings on the floor, but otherwise the office was in order.
Says Belton: “Based on that logic, why is Oprah on television?”
“It is PRETTY DAMN HARD to get elected if you're a black politician with a white wife,” Belton wrote.
"I can't help you any more," observed Belton to me, as we sat in the lobby of the Coates House where he was putting up.Tramping on Life|Harry Kemp
And here is a gentleman, Mr. Belton, Sir, waits for your honour; and has done so above an hour.
There was no Mr. Belton, I believe: for the wretch went not to any body, unless it were while we were parlying in the coach.
At two o'clock someone suggested that it was high time they thought of bed, and Belton rose with them.Animal Ghosts|Elliott O'Donnell
In desperation she had decided to come to Belton City, hoping that she might secure a position there.