Striking Daily News workers have pressured a black journalists' organization into rescinding its offer to provide the newspaper's management with a list of potential replacement workers.
The National Association of Black Journalists - which had agreed to sell its list for $400 - withdrew the offer Tuesday.Association President Thomas Morgan announced the decision after striking workers held three news conferences, sent him a telegram and telephoned him.
"There was a perception that this was seen as furthering management's position. That was never our intention," Morgan said. "We still feel our members have the right to make up their minds about this issue."