Legendary Publisher of the Chicago Citizen, William Garth, Sr., Dies at 78
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Legendary Publisher of the Chicago Citizen, William Garth, Sr., Dies at 78

Mr. William Garth, Sr. was the Chairman of the Chicago Citizen Newspaper Group Inc., Garthco,…

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We Must Support the Freedom-Fighting Legacy of George E. Curry in the Black Press
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We Must Support the Freedom-Fighting Legacy of George E. Curry in the Black Press

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. (President and CEO of the NNPA) The freedom struggle and…

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‘A Trusted Comrade,’ Black Press Legend George Curry Dies at 69
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‘A Trusted Comrade,’ Black Press Legend George Curry Dies at 69

By Stacy M. Brown (NNPA News Wire Contributor) The Black Press lost one of it’s…

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Civil Rights Journalist and  Black Press Columnist George Curry Dead at 69
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Civil Rights Journalist and Black Press Columnist George Curry Dead at 69

[TRICE EDNEY NEWS WIRE] Pioneering Civil rights and Black political journalist George E. Curry, the…

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How Both Hillary Clinton and Black and Latino Journalists Blew Their Big Shot
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How Both Hillary Clinton and Black and Latino Journalists Blew Their Big Shot

[THEROOT.COM] There are a few people I would wait an entire day to see onstage.…

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Hillary Clinton Up Close
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Hillary Clinton Up Close

By Kai EL’Zabar (Executive Editor, Chicago Defender) Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came to…

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The Great Migration was a Triumph of the Black Press
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The Great Migration was a Triumph of the Black Press

By Erick Johnson (From The Chicago Crusader, NNPA Member) There were over six hundred Black…

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Stop The Presses: Few endorsements Making Headlines in Black Newspapers
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Stop The Presses: Few endorsements Making Headlines in Black Newspapers

By Erick Johnson (From the Chicago Crusader, NNPA Member) Forget it Hillary. Sorry Bernie. When…

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As I See It: Black-owned Newspapers Benched During College Football Playoffs
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As I See It: Black-owned Newspapers Benched During College Football Playoffs

By G. Napier Barnes III Special to the NNPA News Wire from the Arizona Informant…

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Legacy of ‘First Lady of the Black Press’ Still Relevant Today
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Legacy of ‘First Lady of the Black Press’ Still Relevant Today

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – When James McGrath Morris set out…

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