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Minority Voices Magazine

Published by the University of Louisville Office of Multicultural Academic Enrichment Programs, formerly the Office of Minority Affairs, Minority Voices Magazine was one of the few African American publications at a predominately white institution. The magazine started from the Habri Gani Newspaper, a publication of the Black Student Union, 1971-1976. Since 2003, the publication format has changed to that of an online newsletter published once a semester. The newsletter is edited by Phyllis Mitchell Webb, a native of Greensburg, KY, and graduate of Western Kentucky University and the University of Louisville. She is a former reporter/staff writer, assistant news manager, and interim managing editor of the Louisville Defender Newspaper (1974-1975).

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“Minority Voices Magazine,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed May 18, 2024,

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