Minority-Owned Companies Fight for Equity in Advertising

A major anti-trust lawsuit has been filed by the owner of an independent marketing company, who says that, if he’s victorious, millions — if not billions — of dollars in pre-print advertising (inserts) could begin to flow freely to minority-owned publications that serve minority communities — publications that are often locked out of the market due to “forced buys.” […]

African-American Women Help Drive Black Press

March 29, 2017 Stacy Brown 0

As much as John Russwurm and the Rev. Samuel Cornish boldly declared their mission of being the voice for the African-American community with the publication of Freedom’s Journal in 1827, publishers of the Black Press have remained in the task of speaking for those without a platform, standing up for victims of injustice and championing the unsung. […]

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