San Francisco Bay View

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San Francisco Bay View
Type Online newspaper
Format Formerly broadsheet
Owner(s) Independent
Publisher Willie Ratcliff
Editor Mary Ratcliff
Founded 1976
Ceased publication 2008 (print only)
Headquarters 4917 Third Street
San Francisco, California
United States
Circulation online, not applicable
Official website sfbayview.com

The San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper is an online and print newspaper, published in San Francisco, California. It covers events from an African-American perspective, with a focus on Black liberation and coverage of worldwide racial inequality and political repression. From its founding in 1976[1] until 2008, the paper's distribution in its print edition extended to the larger San Francisco Bay Area. Its name refers to the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood.

It stopped printing paper editions in 2008, due to funding issues.[2] It resumed its print edition shortly thereafter, and now appears monthly.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us." San Francisco Bay View. Retrieved on October 21, 2012.
  2. ^ "San Francisco Bay View Newspaper Forced to Stop Printing Weekly Paper." San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center. Retrieved on October 21, 2012.
  3. ^ "About Us". San Francisco Bay View. Retrieved April 24, 2013. 

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