SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Olivia Paschal
The mainstream press worked to obscure the nature and extent of racist violence in the early 20th century; Black journalists and Black-owned newspapers did the essential work of preserving the truth and explaining the context of white supremacist terrorism.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
The Museum of Food and Drink has salvaged and reconstructed the test kitchen from Ebony Magazine for display at an exhibition at the Africa Center in Harlem this month, preserving a key site in Black culinary and cultural history.
SOURCE: New York Times
White-owned newspapers – northern, southern, midwestern or western – frequently inflamed racial tensions and contributed to racist political violence and disenfranchisement.
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