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Little Known Black History Fact: Ethel L. Payne

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Ethel L. Payne was a pioneering Black journalist who became known for covering the rise of the civil rights movement and for her tenacious reporting. 446 more words

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Summer 2016: NABJ Member Whereabouts

Summers over, but many of our NABJ members had unforgettable experiences during the past three months. So of course, we had to show off. We’re so proud to have had such hard working, talented young media professionals representing our organization throughout the world.  577 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: John H. Johnson

The late John H. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, the largest Black-owned firm of its kind in the United States. Johnson, who dabbled in other ventures beyond publications, is also the first African-American to land on the Forbes 400 list. 468 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: John H. Johnson

The late John H. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, the largest Black-owned firm of its kind in the United States. Johnson, who dabbled in other ventures beyond publications, is also the first African-American to land on the Forbes 400 list. 468 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: John H. Johnson

The late John H. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, the largest Black-owned firm of its kind in the United States. Johnson, who dabbled in other ventures beyond publications, is also the first African-American to land on the Forbes 400 list. 468 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: John H. Johnson

The late John H. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, the largest Black-owned firm of its kind in the United States. Johnson, who dabbled in other ventures beyond publications, is also the first African-American to land on the Forbes 400 list. 468 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: John H. Johnson

The late John H. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, the largest Black-owned firm of its kind in the United States. Johnson, who dabbled in other ventures beyond publications, is also the first African-American to land on the Forbes 400 list. 468 more words

Tom Joyner