African-American Newspapers in Green Library

There is a companion guide to African-American periodicals

Electronic resources
Ethnic Newswatch | African American Newspapers: the 19th century | Academic Universe

Guides, Directories & Indexes

African American Newspapers At Stanford

Newspapers or news clippings are also included in the following microform collections:

Miscellaneous Negro Newspapers. MFILM N.S. 2773. Scattered and incomplete runs, often a single issue or a few issues from one year, filmed by Library of Congress. Included are the following titles:

The Claude A. Barnett Papers. (Chicago Historical Society) MFILM N.S. 4067 - Microtext Room, with printed guide: The Claude A. Barnett Papers: The Associted Negro Press, 1928-1964 (PN4841.A73M44). Part 1: Associated Negro Press News Releases, 1928-1964. Part 2: Associated Negro Press Organizational Files, 1920-1966. Part 3: Subject Files on Black Americans, 1918-1967. Barnett was the founder of the Associated Negro Press (ANP), the oldest and largest black press service in the United States, and this collection provides substantial coverage of activities within the black communities around the country, as well as national stories dealing with matters of concern to African Americans.