Alice Allison Dunnigan the First African-American to Cover the White House and Congress Honored with Statue at the Newseum

A life-sized bronze statue of Alice Allison Dunnigan, the first African-American woman to receive credentials to cover the White House and Congress, was unveiled at the Newseum on (Sept. 21). “Alice Dunnigan, the pioneer and trailblazer, blazed the way for us all and not just Black journalist but all journalists. Her story is eerily familiar. […]

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