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|Title:||Arkansas State Press|
Entry on the Arkansas State Press, an advocacy newspaper founded in 1941 by civil rights activist Lucious and Daisy Bates. The newspaper was modeled on African-American newspapers from the north, and helped to promote civil rights activism throughout the state. Includes photographs.
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|Types:||Articles | Black-and-white photographs|
|Subjects:||Bates, Daisy | Bates, Lucious Christopher, 1904-1980 | African Americans--Civil rights--Arkansas--Little Rock | African American newspapers--Arkansas--Little Rock | African Americans in the newspaper industry--Arkansas--Little Rock | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People | Little Rock (Ark.) | Pulaski County (Ark.) | Pine Bluff (Ark.) | Jefferson County (Ark.) | Texarkana (Ark.) | Miller County (Ark.) | Hot Springs (Ark.) | Garland County (Ark.) | Helena (Ark.) | Phillips County (Ark.) | Forrest City (Ark.) | Saint Francis County (Ark.) | Jonesboro (Ark.) | Craighead County (Ark.)|
|Collection:||Institution:||Richard C. Butler Center for Arkansas Studies||Contributors:||Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture||Online Publisher:||[Little Rock, Ark.] : The Central Arkansas Library System | 2006-04-04||Rights and Usage:|
copyright Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture 2007
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?search=1&entryID=592|