ASC Movement Scrapbook
The Pittsburgh Courier was one of the most influential African American newspapers in America during its run from 1907-1965. It carried many articles on the Albany Civil Rights Movement. It kept a very close political, social, and cultural eye on the African American community. They asked the tough questions including pressing ASC's President Williams H. Dennis for answers about student suspensions in 1962 and following the arrest of students and community folk closely. The paper still exist but its name is now the New Pittsburgh Courier.