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Sen. Kamala Harris Gives Props to Black Press at 75th Anniversary of San Francisco Sun-Reporter | Black Voice News
Amelia Ashley Ward, Publisher of the Sun Reporter stands with Sen. Kamala Harris and San Francisco Mayor London Breed at the 75th Anniversary of the Sun Reporter May 9, 2019. Photo by Alain McLaughlin By Tanu Henry | California Black Media "Throughout the course of our history, there have been many moments in time where truth must be spoken. Truth that oftentimes make people uncomfortable, but truth that must be acknowledged so people can be seen and be heard," said Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), who announced her bid to run for President of the United States in late January. "Truth must be spoken from a voice that is trusted," she continued. "And we know therefore the value, significance and need for the Black press in America. Harris, who was born in Oakland and served as California Attorney General from 2011 to 2017, was speaking at the 75th anniversary of the San Francisco Sun-Reporter, the city's oldest African-American newspaper. More than 800 people, including San