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Black Journalism in the United States

in Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience, Second Edition

Published in print January 2005 | ISBN: 9780195170559
Black Journalism in the United States

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For information onAfrican American newspaper cartoonists: See Comic Strips; Harrington, Oliver Wendell (Ollie); Herriman, George.African American newspaper editors and publishers: See Abbott, Robert Sengstacke; Bass, Charlotta Spears; Bell, Philip Alexander; Bibb, Henry Walton; Boyd, Henry Allen; Bragg, George Freeman, Jr.; Briggs, Cyril Valentine; Bruce, John Edward; Cary, Mary Ann Shadd; Chase, W(illiam) Calvin; Clark, Alexander G.; Eagleson, William Lewis; Innis, Roy; Murphy, Carl; Murphy, John H., Sr.; Russwurm, John Brown; Silvera, Makeda; Wells-Barnett, Ida Bell; Young, Plummer Bernard.African American newspaper journalists: See Abu-Jamal, Mumia; Beasley, Delilah Isontium; Cary, Mary Ann Shad; Dunbar-Nelson, Alice; Dunjee, Roscoe; Matthews, Victoria Earle; Rowan, Carl Thomas; Ruffin, Josephine Saint Pierre; Schuyler, George S.; West, Dorothy.African American radio and television journalists: See Bradley, Edward R.; Gumbel, Bryant Charles; Hunter-Gault, Charlayne; Radio and African Americans.African American who operated a news service: See Barnett, Claude Albert.Magazine reporters: See News Magazines and African Americans.Newspapers founded and run by African Americans: See Press, Black, in the United States; Amsterdam News; Chicago Defender; Freedom's Journal; Guardian, The; Pittsburgh Courier.Radio network owned by African Americans: See American Urban Radio Networks.

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