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I think the answer is: 1 -- Arthur Harper. But looks can be deceiving.
The bios make it pretty clear, Jim. There is just one. How does that compare with past Gannett boards, given the company's emphasis on diversity?
Again, asking Jim to analyze anything is both pointless and hilarious. I enjoy it when people do it, but you should realize you are going nowhere.
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Shapiro is normally a Jewish name. Does that count?
No; historically, Gannett has defined minorities as blacks, Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans.
Who cares? How many are gay? Who cares?
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