Hyde Park - Kenwood Voices
Hyde Park Kenwood Voices (Voices) was a newspaper in Chicago, IL (Cook County) between 1966 and 1973.
By the mid 1960s Communist Party USA member David Canter was working as an insurance agent and publishing the small, politically-oriented Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices. Canter's partner and the paper's editor was Don Rose, a journalist prominent in the Communist Party USA front Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, which was established to abolish the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
Unsurprisingly the paper also campaigned against the House Un-American Activities Committee.
As of January 1969 Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices personel were;
- David Canter Co-Publisher, General Manager
- Don Rose Co-Publisher, Editor
- Jody Parsons Managing Editor
- Ray Sherman Business Manager
- Mark Benney Theater Editor
- Ruth Dear Contributing Editor
- George Dear Contributing Editor
- Merry Selk Contributing Editor
- Deborah Meier Contributing Editor
- Timuel Black Contributing Editor
- Altai Margit Contributing Editor
- Eugene Bild Contributing Editor
- Lois Howard Contributing Editor
- Lawren Howard Contributing Editor
- Claire Cade Contributing Editor
- Jeanne Hahn Contributing Editor
- Harriet Sherman Assistant Advertising Manager
- Francine RissmanAssistant Advertising Manager
"Who Asked You" Election Advertisement
In April 1968, several people signed an Advertisement in the Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices as committee members of an as yet un-named organization led by Ruth Adams, Timuel Black, Rev. E. Spencer Parsons, Al Verri and Rabbi Jacob Weinstein asking the question, "What can you do to get a real choice for president in 1968?"
In January 1969, the Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices, listed those who had helped produce its first 16 monthly issues as "writers, researchers, photographers, artists and clerical workers".
- Illinois Newspaper Project, Voices
- Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices, April 1968
- Hyde Park-Kenwood Voices, January 16 1970, page 4