Here is a selection of articles related to the moon landing:
"Moon Shot Unites U.S. for Instant," Chicago Defender, July 21, 1969: "The first non-racist moment in American history came at 3:17 pm Sunday, when two Americans—nestled snugly in their lunar craft—became the first men to land on the moon." (Click to view PDF).
Booker Griffin, "Moon Dust and Black Disgust," Los Angeles Sentinel, July 24, 1969: "The high priority that this country has put on landing on the moon and exploring outer space in the face of deplorable human suffering in this nation and throughout the world again asserts the fact that mechanical values supersede human values in this country."
“’Poor People’ on Hand for Historic Moon Shot,” Norfolk Journal and Guide, July 26, 1969: "The Rev. Ralph Abernathy, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, SCLC, holds a sign which ridicules the spending of $12 a day to feed an astronaut, 'We could feed a starving child for $8.'"
Tommy Cross, "Women Observes 100th Birthday, the Watches Historic Moon Landing," Philadelphia Tribune, July 22, 1969: "After celebrating her 100th birthday all day Sunday, a Sharon Hill woman stayed up until 1 a.m. to watch the astronauts explore the surface of the moon. 'I never thought The Lord would allow man to set foot on the moon,' said Mrs. Adelaide Corbin of 516 Sharon Ave. 'But now that we've done it, I think it's wonderful, wonderful, marvelous," the century-old woman exulted."