Black Press Celebrated: Voices of Our Experience

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  • Chicago Defender
  • Denver Weekly News
  • 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

Los Angeles Sentinel

For more than 70 years, the Los Angeles Sentinel has served Black readers. Founded by Colonel Leon H. Washington in 1933, it is the largest paid Black-owned newspaper on the West Coast. In 2004, Danny J. Bakewell Sr. took over as publisher. (Photo: Los Angeles Sentinel)

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