The Facts (Seattle)

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The Facts is an African-American weekly newspaper that serves Seattle, Washington. Headquartered in the Central District, it was founded in 1961 by Fitzgerald Redd Beaver. His children, Dennis, Marla, LaVonne Beaver are currently the publishers and editors [1]The Facts is a member of the West Coast Black Publishers Association[2] and bills itself as "The Voice of the Northwest African American Community."

The longtime headquarters of The Facts prior to November 2009.

After being located at the corner of Cherry Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Way (originally Empire Way) since the 1960s, The Facts moved to 1112 34th Avenue on November 23, 2009.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CONN 390: Black Business Leadership, University of Puget Sound. Accessed online 3 December 2009.
  2. ^ Ruthie Hopkins, WCBPA Choses New Officers at 23rd Annual Conference, Black Voice News, reprinted from The Pasadena Journal, 1 November 2007. Accessed online 3 December 2009.
  3. ^ "After 45+ Years THE FACTS NEWSPAPER Is Changing Location", The Facts, Vol. 49, No. 47, November 18, 2009.