For Immediate Release
November 1, 2022
Contact: Bonnie Newman Davis

RICHMOND, Virginia – A woman who is a highly accomplished journalist in her own right has written a book chronicling the careers of 24 notable Black women journalists, a dynamic page-turner that will be released in early November and can be purchased on Amazon and

 “Truth Tellers: The Power and Presence of Black Women Journalists since 1960” is a fitting tribute to some of journalism’s Black female trailblazers and was written by Bonnie Newman Davis, who began her labor of love seven years ago while working as an endowed professor at her alma mater, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. The book was published by Bridge-Bae Press.

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