|Black Press - The group of newspapers across the
country published by and about the Black experience.
|Newspaper - A publication made up of several pages
of paper containing news reports, articles, letters, etc. Newspapers are usually published
|Editor - A person in charge of a newspaper.
|North Star - A monthly published in Albany, N. Y. by
Frederick Douglass in the 1840s.
|Freedoms Journal - The first newspaper owned,
operated, edited and published by Blacks. The first issue came out on March 16, 1827 in
New York City.
||Photographer - A person who takes photographs as an
|Journalism - The work of gathering and reporting
news for newspapers, magazines, and other media.
||Reporter - Someone who gathers and reports the news
for radio, television, newspapesr or magazines.
|Magazine - A publication that contains news,
photographs, advertisements, etc. Most magazines are issued on a regular basis, weekly or
monthly, throughout the year.
|Russwurm - (1799-1851) Co-editor of the first Black
newspaper in the United States.