Eye on the Struggle: Ethel Payne, the First Lady of the Black Press
James McGrath Morris

Eye on the Struggle: Ethel Payne, the First Lady of the Black Press

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Acclaimed biographer james mcgrath morris brings into focus the riveting life of pioneering journalist ethel payne, known as the first lady of the black press. For decades, ethel lois payne has been hidden in the shadows of history. Now, morris skillfully illuminates the life of this ambitious, influential, and groundbreaking woman, from her childhood growing up in south chicago to her career as a journalist and network news commentator, reporting on some of the most crucial events in modern american history. A presidential pen -- throop street -- red summer -- driftwood -- an abundance of nerve -- musketeer -- time to leave -- japan -- chocolate joe -- cub reporter -- more unwanted babies -- a taste of national politics -- washington -- feared negro -- turning like a spinning top -- asking questions no one else would -- irks ike -- bandung -- the defender's nellie bly -- south at the crossroads -- the gladiator wears a reverse collar -- ghana -- a toothless act -- the vice-president comes calling -- the door remains closed -- we shall overcome -- soul brothers in vietnam -- playing into their hands -- the poor people's campaign -- resurrection city -- nixon redux -- africa bound -- china -- you can't go home again -- finding a new role -- on her own african mission -- professor payne -- hymietown -- agitate, agitate, agitate -- forgotten -- citizen of the world. James mcgrath morris. Includes bibliographical references (pages 395-400) and index.

Publisher: Amistad