Tag: Black Media

Former Ebony publishing company is auctioning off its historic photo archive, containing more than 4 million photos, to pay its creditors | CNN

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Leah Asmelash and Brian Ries, CNN, CNN Author James Baldwin photographed leaving his home. (G. Marshall Wilson/Johnson Publishing Company). Featured Image NN – Ebony and Jet magazines were once pinnacles of black American culture. Their photographs were windows into intimate moments of black celebrities, and they were known for their everyday depictions of middle class black life, especially Ebony magazine. […]
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Black Editor Resigns From Newspaper That Urged KKK Revival | AFRO

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Associated Press, AFRO , Ala. (AP) — An African-American woman who took over the helm of a small-town Alabama newspaper that recently called for the Ku Klux Klan to “ride again” has stepped down after a few weeks, citing interference from the newspaper’s owner. Elecia R. Dexter told The New York Times on Friday that she stepped down because of […]
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Hoptown must move to honor Ted Poston | Kentucky New Era

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Jennifer P. Brown, Kentucky New Era A man with glasses (Ted Poston) sits at an office desk holding a letter. A smiling woman (his assistant Harriette Easterlin) sits next to him and a man (his assistant William Clark) leans over them both. A poster behind them depicts a soldier and reads “We are fighting the Axis not each other” and […]
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African-American owned newspapers thriving amid industry slump – KXAN Newspapers nationwide have drastically cut down on production, a result of a slump in advertising and a drop in readership.">African-American owned newspapers thriving amid industry slump – KXAN Newspapers nationwide have drastically cut down on production, a result of a slump in advertising and a drop in readership.

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Newspapers nationwide have drastically cut down on production, a result of a slump in advertising and a drop in readership.
African-American owned newspapers thriving amid industry slump – KXAN Newspapers nationwide have drastically cut down on production, a result of a slump in advertising and a drop in readership." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More