Nancy Hicks Maynard ( November 1,1946 – September 21, 2008) was an American publisher, journalist, former owner of The Oakland Tribune, and co-founder of the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education. She was the first African-American female reporter for The New York Times, and at the time of her death, The Oakland Tribune was the only metropolitan daily newspaper to have been owned by African-Americans.
- Saluting the Black Women who laid the foundation for my future career. (tobedeetermine.wordpress.com)
- Voices of Influence: Women of Influence (atlanta.cbslocal.com)
- ‘A Salute to Michelle Obama’: Essence magazine commemorates Michelle Obama’s life in new book (thegrio.com)
- Black History Month posters salute African-American soldiers in the Civil War (kansascity.com)
- America’s First Black Newspaper (showedupandshowedout.wordpress.com)
- COMMENTARY: Black Woman Fired Over Response to Short Hairstyle (blackamericaweb.com)