The New York Times is disciplining the editor who chose to publish an anti-Semitic cartoon in Thursday’s international print edition, the paper reported Wednesday.
The paper reported that it will also overhaul its bias training to have an emphasis on anti-Semitism, according to an internal note from the Times’s publisher, A. G. Sulzberger. According to the Times, it also will no longer run syndicated cartoons created by artists who do are not tied to the paper directly.
Sulzberger said the “offensive” cartoon was “downloaded and published by a single production editor working without adequate oversight.”
“Though I’ve been assured there was no malice involved in this mistake, we fell far short of our standards and values in this case,” he added.
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