Frost Illustrated

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Frost Illustrated is an independent weekly newspaper,[1][2] featuring “News & Views of African Americans” in Fort Wayne, Indiana.[3][4][5] Established in 1968, it is Fort Wayne's oldest weekly newspaper.[6] Frost is a member of the National Newspaper Association, The National Newspaper Publishers Association, and The Hoosier State Publishers Association, and the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce.[6]

The publication was a product of the 1960s and originally had several competitors providing news coverage that catered to the minority community.[7] According to Frost Illustrated publisher, Edward Smith,[8] the paper differentiated itself through photography, marketing itself as an "illustrated" paper.[9]

In 1969, African-American cartoonist Richard "Grass" Green drew the strip Lost Family for Frost Illustrated.[10][11][12]

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  5. ^ "Pushing the Color Line: Race and Employment in Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1933-1963". Indiana University Magazine of History. PEGGY SEIGEL
  6. ^ a b Frost Illustrated [Fort Wayne, IN] - Indiana INTERNnet
  7. ^ "Anatomy Of A Cover Up; The Media, The NYPD And The Assassination of Malcolm X". Black Star News, By Shareef NasirMay 19,2015
  8. ^ "Leaders Share The Legacy of Dr. King's Dream 50 Years Later | Indiana's NewsCenter: News, Sports, Weather, Fort Wayne WPTA-TV, WISE-TV, and CW | Local". Archived from the original on 2014-09-01. Retrieved 2014-02-02.
  9. ^ http://fwnextweb1.fortwayne.com/ns/projects/history/2000/1960/change1.php[dead link]
  10. ^ "From "Under Cork" to Overcoming - Black Images in the Comics". Archived from the original on 2014-10-14. Retrieved 2013-06-24.
  11. ^ The Comics Journal. Comics Journal, Incorporated. 2002. p. 32.
  12. ^ Agnieszka Biskup (1 July 2011). Obama: The Historic Election of America's 44th President. Capstone Press, Incorporated. ISBN 978-1-4296-6016-7.