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Baltimore Afro-American

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Baltimore Afro-American Newspaper (Aug 08, 1992)

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Video: Lisa Robinson's father part of Afro-American newspaper history

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The Afro-American Newspaper: The Baltimore Cash Campaign

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05 PRO MUSICA of Washington Adventist University (Afro-American Fragments)

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Afro-American interviews Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Baltimore food deserts

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Support the AFRO through LMF's Education News Fund Program https://t.co/tXe36QWCfJ https://t.co/86iEzpoepe

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Happy Birthday to us!!! https://t.co/Y0hS5AhFDu

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#128yearsyoung #afrostrong https://t.co/rLrhpd0o6T

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DC Editor Micha Green encourages followers to "help support our COVID Coverage" https://t.co/JvWfCTnprI https://t.co/JWnRqxzcEj

The Baltimore Afro-American, commonly known as The Afro, is a weekly newspaper published in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the flagship newspaper of the Afro-American chain and the longest-running African-American family-owned newspaper in the United States, established in 1892 by John H. Murphy, Sr.
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