Ted Poston

Theodore Roosevelt “Ted” Poston was born on July 4, 1906, in Hopkinsville. He was a graduate of Attucks High School and Tennessee A&I State College. Commonly referred to as the Dean of Black Journalists, Poston wrote for the New York Post, covering major civil rights stories of his era. He was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 1949.

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