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The publisher of the Afro-American newspapers, John J. Oliver Jr., speaks on the legacy of the Black press and the future of Black newspapers.
Harry McAlpin broke color lines at the White House in 1944 by becoming the first Black journalist permitted to cover a presidential press conference.
Nielsen and National Newspaper Publishers Association unveil a new report on consumer trends among African Americans.
Chicago Daily Defender publisher John Sengstacke was born on Nov. 25, 1912.
Rep. Alcee Hastings accuses President Obama of ignoring Black lawmakers and Black press.
A host of civil rights organizations have announced the launching of a National Anti-Hazing/Anti-Violence task force.
Rodney Sieh, the publisher of Front Page Africa, is this country’s best-known investigator into government corruption.
Black Republican millennials refuse to live on the older generation's intellectual plantation.
Political activist Ida B. Wells died at age 69 on March 25, 1931.
A new website, reachingblackconsumers.com, teaches corporations how to appeal to Black consumers, whose buying power is strong. But don’t go pulling out your wallets just yet.