David Margolick appears in the following:
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
David Margolick tells the story of Elizabeth Eckford and Hazel Bryan Massery, two women whose names might not be well known, but whose image surely is. The famed photo taken of them in September 1957 shows Elizabeth, a black high school girl, dressed in white, walking in front of Little Rock Central High School, while Hazel, a white girl standing directly behind her, face twisted in hate, screams racial epithets. In Elizabeth and Hazel: Two Women of Little Rock Margolick tells the story behind the photograph, which captures an epic moment in the civil rights movement.
Monday, June 08, 2009
The question from everyone connected to Bernie Madoff's sons is: how could not have known what their father was doing? Both Mark, 45, and Andrew, 43, worked for Bernie Madoff for their entire careers, yet maintain they knew nothing about the $65 billion fraud he was perpetrating. Vanity Fair contributing ...
Tuesday, July 08, 2008
On July 1, Starbucks said it would close 600 stories in the U.S. The move reflects the company’s growing economic woes as a result of a plunging stock price and penny-pinching customers. In “Tall Order”
(in the July issue of Condé Nast Portfolio
), David Margolick
looks at whether C.E.O. ...
Tuesday, October 02, 2007
The wave of desegregation that transformed the South in the 1960s began in Little Rock, Arkansas, in September 1957. Nine African-American students were initially prevented from entering the racially segregated Little Rock Central High School; after President Dwight Eisenhower intervened, they were later allowed into the school. Contributing editor to ...