The Equator (newspaper)

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The Equator was a nineteenth-century black issues newspaper edited by the pioneering African American baseball players and civil rights activists Weldy Walker and his brother Moses Fleetwood Walker.[1] No copies are known to have survived to the present day.[2]


  1. ^ Bruns, Roger (1 April 2012). Negro Leagues Baseball. US: Greenwood. p. 17. ISBN 9780313386497.
  2. ^ Zang, David W. (1 Jun 1995). Fleet Walker's Divided Heart : The Life of Baseball's First Black Major Leaguer. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press. p. 96. ISBN 9780803299139.