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This quote made me look up their ages: “It’s time for a new generation of leadership that’s truly reflective of the diversity of our audience with divergent points of view." Stan Wischnowski, 58 James Bennet, 54 Christene Barberich, 51 Adam Rapoport, 50

Stan Wischnowski, Top Editor Of Philadelphia Inquirer, Resigns Over 'Buildings Matter, Too' Headline

Top editor Stan Wischnowski has resigned over the controversial “Buildings Matter, Too” headline he put on an article about the importance of protecting architecture in riots

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s top editor, Stan Wischnowski, has resigned days after an article headlined “Buildings Matter, Too” led dozens of staff members to walk out

Stan Wischnowski resigns as The Philadelphia Inquirer’s top editor after protests erupted over an “All Buildings Matter, Too” headline this week via @PhillyInquirer 

RE @swischnowski . I can only speak from my experience. It was a privilege to work for Stan Wischnowski. He treated me with great respect. Supported my journalism and had my back on numerous occasions. Championed sports coverage in Philadelpha and understood its importance. - 30 -

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s top editor, Stan Wischnowski, has resigned days after an article headlined “Buildings Matter, Too” led dozens of staff members to walk out

Stan Wischnowski resigns as The Philadelphia Inquirer’s top editor over a headline "Buildings Matter Too" about vandalism during protests against racism and police brutality in the city: Here's the column: Here's the story:

Philadelphia Inquirer’s top editor Stan Wischnowski resigns over ‘Buildings Matter’ headline

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Stan Wischnowski, top editor of @PhillyInquirer , has announced his resignation, days after discontent among the newspaper’s staff erupted over the offensive “Buildings Matter, Too” headline.

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s top editor, Stan Wischnowski, has resigned days after an article headlined “Buildings Matter, Too” led dozens of staff members to walk out

"Stan Wischnowski, the top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, has announced his resignation, days after discontent among the newspaper’s staff erupted over a headline..." 'Buildings Matter, Too' ...was the headline.

The Philadelphia Inquirer Executive Editor Stan Wischnowski announces his resignation, days after uproar over the newspaper's "Buildings Matter, Too" headline @CraigRMcCoy  / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

Stan Wischnowski, the top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, resigned Saturday, days after an article with the headline “Buildings Matter, Too,” on the effects of civil unrest on the city’s buildings, led to a walkout by dozens of staff members.

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