The Tuskegee Messenger, was “a semi-monthly journal of Negro progress and inter-racial cooperation” that began publication in 1924 as an instrument to proclaim the work of Tuskegee Institute throughout the nation. A very successful paper the paper was highlighted by editorials from some of the most prominent African-Americans in the United States including Robert R. Moton and George Washington Carver.
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