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Black Press celebrates 195 years of pleading the cause of African descendants

Wednesday, March 16, 2022, marked the 195th anniversary of the Black Press of America, whose global impact remains undeniable.

IN MEMORIAM: Remembering Those We Lost in 2021

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia As the calendar turns to a new year and COVID remains…

The Cincinnati Herald’s publisher emerita, Marjorie Parham, was a ‘fighter for justice’

Marjorie Parham with photographer Gordon Parks. Photo provided By Herald Staff Mrs. Marjorie Parham, publisher emerita of The Cincinnati Herald…

The Rise of Vice President Kamala Harris

Vice President Kamala Harris receives the oath of office during the inauguration ceremonies as her husband Doug is by her…

28 Black and Latino Publishers Selected to Participate in the GNI Ad Transformation Lab

Google headquarters. Photo provided By Stacy M. Brown The participating publications of the GNI Ad Transformation Lab include: Afro-American Newspapers,…

Can’t Stop The Sparkle

In 2018, Morgan A. Owens launched her first book, “Finding My Sparkle” a journey though low self-esteem and body image…

Black Press of America celebrates 193 years of freedom-fighting journalism

Freedom’s Journal was the first African American newspaper published. Above is the first issue. Photo provided By Stacy M. Brown…