The protest (Minneapolis, Minn.; St. Paul, Minn.) 1892 Browse the title
The Protest, an African American newspaper published weekly in Minneapolis, was run by Z. W. Mitchell, formerly the head of the Minneapolis department of the Western Appeal. Proclaiming itself “The official organ of the colored people of Hennepin County,” the Protest was proudly Republican in its politics, identifying itself as such in both its masthead and publisher’s block. A short-lived venture, the Protest ran for just four months, from July to October, 1892.
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