I'm watching a public television program about the Tuskegee airmen, and my husband and I are talking about our recent past.
We lived in Pittsburgh during the early 70's - at that time, newsboys hawked papers on the corners of the East Liberty streets (where the University was located). My husband said, "I didn't realize that the Courier was a Black paper".
I remember the Post-Gazette and the Courier being sold on the streets. Pittsburgh was the first city I had ever lived in that had street vendors.