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Business Description
With more than 120,000 regular readers, the Afro-American Newspapers is a leading news provider for African-Americans in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. It is also the longest running African-American, family-owned newspaper in the nation. The Afro-American Newspaper was founded in 1892 by former slave John H. Murphy Sr. after merging his church publication with two other church publications. Since that time, the newspaper has grown to cover a variety of news, sports, entertainment, health, editorials and black history. Afro-American Newspapers is based out of Baltimore.
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Primary Phone: (410) 554-8213

Primary Phone: (410) 554-8266

TollFree: (800) 237-6892

Neighborhoods
Northern Baltimore, Charles Village
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The Afro American Newspapers

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Categories
Publishers-Periodical, News Stands, Publishing Consultants, Publishers, Print Advertising, News Dealers-Wholesale

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myrashelton_33

09/13/2009

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My Old Friend--Thee "Afro"

When I was growing up in my grandparents home, the AFRO Newspaper was the only reading literature that we had in our home accept for our school books, of course!! Then came along the Jet and Essence as I had gotten older. Getting the Afropaper was a very easy task, in fact no task all all !!! It was in everybody's house that we visited and occasionally found as pet bedding. But it was there!! Then I noticed it wasn't there or at most, very rarely seen where all the "other" reading materials were sold. I'm guilty too, as life sweeped me up in becoming an adult, I simply faded away from reading my most valuable friend, because it was not sticking me dead in my face as I went about my growing up life. Now that I've written this little piece of memoir to you and myself, I shall go on a seach to back the AFRO back into my home and now maybe my grandchildren will learn to cling to such a more than worthy reading. Of couse in this day of computer and electronical reading and doings this is going to be a grand fight!



Myra Shelton

Pikesville, Md

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