Betty Bayé en Noise and Notes: Betty Bayé (Still) Speaks! <p>For over 30 years, <a href=""><span class="userContent">Betty Winston Bayé</span></a> wrote an op-ed column in the<em> Louisville Courier-Journal</em> until a <a href="">round of layoffs last year </a>ended her stint.</p><p>"I think what really hurt was I never really got a chance to say goodbye to my readers," she says.</p><p><span class="userContent">But Bayé is</span> still writing, and putting her views on the table—whether people agree or disagree—in radio and television.</p><p>Besides becoming a motivational speaker, she was recently <a href="">inducted into the National Association of Black Journalist’s Hall of Fame</a> and has plenty to share about African-Americans in media.</p><div><p><span class="userContent">Bayé</span> stopped by to talk about leaving C-J, the state of journalism and why it's important to teach the Civil Rights era as living American history.<br> Sun, 02 Dec 2012 03:44:38 +0000 Phillip M. Bailey 2757 at Noise and Notes: Betty Bayé (Still) Speaks!