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Norfolk, Virginia / The New Journal and Guide is Virginia's oldest Black weekly newspaper, proud to be a wholly Black-owned and operated business. We have been serving the communit
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Zimmerman Charged with Second Degree Murder

The New Journal and Guide Newspaper is one of the oldest and most respected black newspapers in the country. We're documenting black history every day!

Norfolk 17 Reunited

Norfolk 17 Reunited

A Bevy of Beauties  Beverly Chapman snaps photos of the 1975 Tournament of Roses Court while visiting the Herrin-Preston Float Construction Site in Pasadena,Calf. Beverly is one of the princesses who comprise Queen Robin Carr's court. Foreground above shows the princesses holding a rendering of Eastman Kodak company's entry in the 1975 Tournament of Roses parade. The float was named "Fountain of Youth. (Eastman Kodak photo)

A Bevy of Beauties Beverly Chapman snaps photos of the 1975 Tournament of Roses Court while visiting the Herrin-Preston Float Construction Site in Pasadena,Calf. Beverly is one of the princesses who comprise Queen Robin Carr's court. Foreground above shows the princesses holding a rendering of Eastman Kodak company's entry in the 1975 Tournament of Roses parade. The float was named "Fountain of Youth. (Eastman Kodak photo)

Protesters keep up pressure in teen's death

The New Journal and Guide Newspaper is one of the oldest and most respected black newspapers in the country. We're documenting black history every day!

Part III: Positive Black Males Are Everywhere

The New Journal and Guide Newspaper is one of the oldest and most respected black newspapers in the country. We're documenting black history every day!

Open House At Historic Calvary Cemetery

The New Journal and Guide Newspaper is one of the oldest and most respected black newspapers in the country. We're documenting black history every day!

Rep. Scott Calls For Justice To Prevail In Trayvon’s Death

Scott Calls For Justice To Prevail In Trayvon’s Death

Phyllis Mae Dailey Dailey (second from right) was the first African American sworn in as a Navy nurse on 8 March 1945.

Thomas A. Gaylord, USN (Ret’d), administers oath to five new Navy nurses commissioned in New York…” Phyllis Mae Dailey, the Navy’s first African-American nurse, is second from the right.