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CELEBRATING TWO CENTURIES OF HISTORY, BUT CAN THE BLACK PRESS SURVIVE COVID-19?

Publishers of Black-owned community newspapers, including Janis Ware of the Atlanta Voice, Chris Bennett of the Seattle Medium, Denise Rolark Barnes of the Washington Informer, and Brenda Andrews of the New Journal & Guide in Virginia, are desperately trying to avoid shuttering operations. During this informative broadcast, 4 publishers will discuss how their publications are succeeding as the pandemic rages on.

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