In this image provided by National Geographic, the cover of the April 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine, a single topic issue on the subject of race. (National Geographic via AP)
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National Geographic Monday acknowledged that it covered the world through a racist lens for generations, with its magazine portrayals of bare-breasted women and naive brown-skinned tribesmen as savage, unsophisticated and unintelligent.National Geographic published its first magazine in 1888 . National Geographic, which now reaches 30 million people around the world, was the way that many Americans first learned about the rest of the world, said professor Samir Husni, who heads the Magazine Innovation Center at the University of Mississippi's journalism school.Goldberg said she is doing just that, adding that in the past, the magazine has done a better job at gender diversity than racial and ethnic diversity.
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