Report: The Ochs-Sulzberger Family That Owns The New York Times Were Slave OwnersChris Menahan
Jul. 20, 2020
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The Ochs-Sulzberger family that owns the New York Times were slaveholders who supported the Confederacy, according to a report from the New York Post.
From New York Post, The Family That Owns The New York Times Were Slaveholders:
I have found compelling evidence that the uncle Bertha Levy Ochs lived with for several years in Natchez, Miss., before the Civil War owned at least five slaves.
[...] Separately, there is also compelling evidence that the brother of a Revolutionary War-era ancestor of the Sulzberger branch of the family was involved in the slave trade.
The Post highlighted this poem:
The family also supported the Confederacy:
[...] Bertha Levy Ochs, the mother of Times patriarch Adolph S. Ochs, supported the South and slavery.I wonder why this was left out of The 1619 Project?
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