Pensacola Voice

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Pensacola Voice
Type of publication African-American newspaper
Publisher/Editor LaDonna Spivey
Frequency weekly
Cost $0.50
Founded 1967
Headquarters 213 E. Yonge Street
Pensacola, FL 32503

The Pensacola Voice is a weekly newspaper that targets primarily an African-American audience. Founded in 1967 by Les Humphrey, it is the oldest minority publication in the area. The current editor/publisher is LaDonna Spivey, Humphrey's granddaughter.