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Former Johnson Publishing Co. Headquarters Could Become A Landmark

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently announced that Johnson Publishing Co.’s former headquarters may be designated as a landmark. Mayor Emanuel says that the building, located in downtown Chicago, has served as “a decades-long epicenter of Black history and culture,” according to a news release issued by the city of Chicago. 344 more words

Business

Former Johnson Publishing Co. Headquarters Could Become A Landmark

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently announced that Johnson Publishing Co.’s former headquarters may be designated as a landmark. Mayor Emanuel says that the building, located in downtown Chicago, has served as “a decades-long epicenter of Black history and culture,” according to a news release issued by the city of Chicago. 344 more words

Former Johnson Publishing Co. Headquarters Could Become A Landmark

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently announced that Johnson Publishing Co.’s former headquarters may be designated as a landmark. Mayor Emanuel says that the building, located in downtown Chicago, has served as “a decades-long epicenter of Black history and culture,” according to a news release issued by the city of Chicago. 344 more words

National

happy Birthday to Ebony and Jet Magazine founder John H Johnson

the  founder of Johnson publishing company.  the first

African american publisher on the  forbes 4000 list.  Ebony and Jet were always a part

of  my household  growing up. 55 more words

News & Current Affairs

JET Celebrating 65 Years of Black News and Views

Founded in 1951, JET has covered everything from Emmet Till to President Barack Obama, along with reader favorites such as Beauty of the Week and the Love section. 194 more words

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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