Black Press Celebrated: Voices of Our Experience

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  • Los Angeles Sentinel
  • New York Amsterdam News
  • Indianapolis Freeman
  • Indianapolis Recorder
  • The Liberator
  • Freedom's Journal
  • The Anti-Slavery Bugle
  • Atlanta Daily World
  • Baltimore Afro-American
  • Chicago Defender
  • Denver Weekly News

Indianapolis Recorder

Since 1895, the Indianapolis Recorder reported on lynching and race riots happening locally after World War I and, later on, the activities of the civil rights movement. Today the paper is focused on expanding digitally. George P. Stewart and Will Porter are its founders. Today William G. Mays leads the paper as publisher. 

(Photo: The Indianapolis Recorder, June 8, 1968, via Indiana History Center)

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