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Washington Informer

The Washington Informer
Publisher Denise Rolark Barnes
Editor Dorothy Rowley
Sports editor John DeFreitas
Photo editor Victor Holt
Staff writers James Wright, Barrington Salmon
Founded October 16, 1964
Headquarters Washington, DC
Circulation 50,000
ISSN OCLC number 60630464
Official website Washington Informer

The Washington Informer is a weekly newspaper published in Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. The Informer is woman-owned, and serves the African-American population of the D.C. metropolitan area.[1]

At the 2011 Second Annual Ethnic Media Awards competition, the Informer received first-place honors for feature writing and local news.[2]

Editorial staff

  • Publisher Emeritus – Dr. Calvin W. Rolark, Sr.
  • Publisher – Denise Rolark Barnes [3]
  • Photo Editor - Victor Holt
  • Photographers - Khalid Naji-Allah, Shevry Lassiter, Roy Lewis [4] and Mickey Thompson
  • Sports Editor - John DeFreitas
  • Online Editor - Dorothy Rowley
  • Staff Writers - James Wright, Barrington Salmon
  • Graphic Design - Brian Young
  • Social Media Rep. - Stacey Palmer
  • Advertising - Ron Burke


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