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Apologizing for an error in judgment

Jemele Hill knows that erroneous judgment in a recent column has damaged her credibility. She vows she has learned from the incident. Apology

Updated: June 23, 2008, 5:49 PM ET
By Jemele Hill | Page 2

I know where to begin. I just don't know how to explain.

The beginning is easy: I'm sorry.

I'm sorry for being thoughtless and insensitive.

I'm sorry for making a casual reference to something that should never be construed as casual.

Real apologies don't mix with rationalizations, so I won't insult your intelligence by offering you any.

This isn't about my editors because even if the word "Hitler" never appeared in the posted column last Saturday, ...

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