Gibbs said the photos also show everyday black life — from children playing in city parks to elders praying at rural churches. The sale of the photo archive of Ebony and Jet magazines chronicling African American history is generating relief among some who worried the historic images may be lost. Besides black newspapers in cities across the nation, few media outlets dedicated resources to cover events and people connected to African American lifestyle and news as Ebony and Jet magazines. But it's also causing some to mourn since the images, including photos of Emmett Till in after he was killed and ones documenting the rise of the Rev. Getty will be tasked with digitally preserving the trove, some of which remains a mystery. But McClelland said the magazines remained dear to her heart for their images connected to key moments in black history. Oak Hill Hospital opens neonatal intensive care unit and adds 60 private rooms.
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