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  • The Woman's Era was the first national newspaper published by and for African-American women. Originally established as a monthly Boston newspaper, it became distributed nationally in 1894 and ran until January 1897, with Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin as editor and publisher. The Woman's Era played an important role in the national African-American women's club movement. (en)
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  • May 1, 1894 issue featuringVictoria Earle Matthews (en)
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  • The Woman's Era was the first national newspaper published by and for African-American women. Originally established as a monthly Boston newspaper, it became distributed nationally in 1894 and ran until January 1897, with Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin as editor and publisher. The Woman's Era played an important role in the national African-American women's club movement. (en)
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  • The Woman's Era (en)
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