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I; II ___ Los Angeles Tribune Founder Almena Lomax Passes Away at 95
By Matthew Fleischer on April 4, 2011 9:00 AM

Wendell L. Willkie Award-winning journalist Almena Lomax recently died in Pasadena at the age of 95. Lomax was a pioneering black journalist in Southern California, who founded the Los Angeles Tribune and was a leading civil rights activist in the region.

From the AP obit:

In 1941, Lomax borrowed $100 from her future father-in-law to found the Los Angeles Tribune, which operated for two decades and at its peak had a circulation of 25,000.

The newspaper had a reputation for feisty and fearless reporting, with articles about the movie industry and Los Angeles police racism. Its contributors were multiracial, including Japanese-Americans Wakako Yamauchi and Hisaye Yamamoto DeSoto, who had been held in camps for Japanese-Americans in World War II and later went on to become distinguished writers.

Lomax was the mother of former Los Angeles Police Commission president Melanie Lomax, who died in 2006.

source : http://www.mediabistro.com/fishbowlla/los-angeles-tribune-founder-almena-lomax-passes-away-at-95_b25821

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