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PLAYERS

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NEGRO DIGEST

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BLACK WORLD

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COLOR

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NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Magazine cover.
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THE CRISIS

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DRUM

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OUR LIFE: THE TRUTH ABOUT GIRLS WHO TEASE
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OUR LIFE

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OUR WORLD

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Nice "The Colored American Magazine: First 'Monthly' Published African-American Magazine
THE COLORED MAGAZINE The Colored American was a name used by two 19th-century weekly African-Americannewspapers: one that was published in New York City from 1836 to 1842 by Samuel Cornish, Phillip Bell, and Charles Bennett Ray, and one that was published in Washington, D.C., from 1893 to 1904. by Edward Elder Cooper
(January 1905) The Colored American Magazine was the first American monthly publication that covered African-American culture. The magazine ran from May 1900 to November 1909.

THE COLORED AMERICAN MAGAZINE

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Blues & Soul magazine (December 2, 1980) — Narada Michael Walden
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OPPORTUNITY Journal of Negro Life

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The Black Panther Newspaper, February 17, 1969 — Happy Birthday, Huey Newton
"Olympics 1972: Racist Rhodesia Ousted. Worldwide Black Protest Epels Rhodesia from Olympic Games" The Black Panther, September 1, 1972
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The Black Panther

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