In 1987 Congress expanded Women’s History week, and March is now National Women’s History Month. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Writing Women Back Into History.” The woman who is the subject of this column did that for herself during her lifetime. The late Lucile Bluford, former editor and publisher of the African American weekly newspaper, the Kansas City Call, was truly a legend in her own time.
COLUMN: Editor, publisher Lucile Bluford promoted justice, equality
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