The Minneapolis observer (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1890 Browse the title
The Minneapolis Observer was a four-page, six-column weekly paper published in Minneapolis from August to September of 1890. The Minneapolis Observer was independent in its politics and dedicated to serving the interests of the African American communities in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The paper proclaimed in its inaugural issue: “Our motto will be race first, and Party afterwards.” A.G. Plummer was the paper’s editor and M.W. Weaver its business manager. A.G. Plummer later served as editor of African American newspaper the World.
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