Chicago Defender


Chicago Defender

Le Chicago Defender (Le défenseur de Chicago) était le plus grand et le plus influent journal hebdomadaire afro-Américain des États-Unis au début de la Première Guerre mondiale. Le défenseur a été fondé le 5 mai 1905 à Chicago par Robert S. Abbott avec un investissement de 25 cents et une série de presse de 300 copies. Les premières issues, qui ont été créées sur la table de cuisine de l'appartement de son propriétaire, consistaient en prospectus de quatre pages et de six-colonne remplis de nouvelles, recueillies par Abbott comme des coupures à partir d'autres journaux plus établis.


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