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Michigan Chronicle reporting on the Issues affecting Diverse Audiences for more than75 Years

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The legendary, Sam Logan, publisher of the Michigan Chronicle, which is to celebrate its 75th anniversary, says, "I don't consider us a black paper. I consider us a newspaper providing useful information for everyone." The Chronicle is the nation's oldest and largest African American newspaper.

The weekly Michigan Chronicle, part of Real Times Media, has always been the vehicle that spotlights movers and shakers in business and the community. Shaping Detroit politics too.

“Over the years, the Michigan Chronicle has worked diligently to cover weekly news important to our readers while providing historic information and global news from our perspective,” says Sam Logan, publisher of The Michigan Chronicle for more than four decades.
“Bringing issues impacting the African American community to the forefront has been and always will be our mission,” says Logan.

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