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Black Newspaper Resources Online
12016-01-13T15:51:05-08:00Matthew F. Delmont01529ec942d3dadc44eb5d89f6fd4cc939ac378a3853plain2016-03-08T12:45:34-08:00Matthew F. Delmont01529ec942d3dadc44eb5d89f6fd4cc939ac378aIf you are interested in exploring African-American newspapers in more detail there are several good resources online.
The Black Press Research Collective, founded and directed by Dr. Kim Gallon, examines the historical and contemporary role of black newspapers in Africa and the African Diaspora.
This Guide to African American Newspapers, compiled by Elizabeth Clarke of Marist College's library, includes links to dozens of open access African-American Newspapers from across the country.
Selected years from the Afro-American newspaper (Baltimore) are available via Google News: 1906-1917 & 1940s-2000s
The Lincoln Echo(1993-2015) is available from University of Arkansas-Fort Smith
Dr. Julian Chambliss' "Advocate Recovered" project on recovers the contents of the Winter Park Advocate, an African-American newspaper published in Winter Park, Florida.
Mark Charles Roudané's "Roudanez: History and Legacy" examines the history of La Tribune de la Nouvelle Orléans (the New Orleans Tribune), which was founded by his great, great grandfather, Dr. Louis Charles Roudanez.
Do you know of other online resources for African-American newspapers? Please e-mail me at matthew.delmont[at]asu.edu and I'll add them.