"You need to be fired for the race-baiting comment you made tonight", Reed said, reading the email from Kathy Rae, which was displayed on the newscast. Not a black person. You are a racist ni**r. You are what's wrong with the world, " the email read, the slur spelled wrong. She then defended her own comments by saying she "never" said white people couldn't talk about race, before giving Kathy Rae a pointed rebuke for her remarks, with the apparent backing of her colleagues. "Number One: You mischaracterized what I said".
"I didn't say that white people couldn't talk about race", Reed said during the segment. "Quite the contrary, we think that race is an authentic discussion to have". That said, I really do believe that everyone is entitled to an opinion and we definitely put opposing views on the air all the time at CBS 46. African American Keisha Lance Bottoms won a tight race that was sadly characterized by nasty racial undertones. Bottoms, who was announced as the victor Tuesday evening with less than one percentage point of a lead, is black, and Norwood is white.
In the virtual correspondence the writer, identified as Kathy Rae, hurled racist epithets at Reed for discussing race on air during a broadcast about the Atlanta mayoral election. She used it multiple times.
"On December 5th, 2017, you think it's okay to call this journalist a nigger".
"I could clap back and say a few things to you. Instead, I'll let your words, Kathie Rae, speak for themselves".
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She went on to explain you can't argue by mischaracterizing the other side's viewpoint.
Atlanta news anchor Sharon Reed made it very clear on Tuesday evening: watch what you say to her.
Reed previously worked at Cleveland 19 for 10 years until her contract was not renewed in 2012. What she said was not in a teleprompter. "When black journalists get together, we've all had these similar horror stories".
"Do I care to shine a spotlight on a racist?" You can see Reed's entire reply in the video below.
Reed, a West Chester native, added that the email's author misspelled the N-word.