Maurine Beasley

Maurine Beasley, professor emerita at University of Maryland College Park, holds a Ph.D. in American civilization from George Washington University, and has published extensively on the history of Washington women journalists. Her most recent book is Ruby A. Black: Eleanor Roosevelt, Puerto Rico and Political Journalism in Washington (Lexington, 2017).

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Maurine Beasley." (Viewed on May 20, 2024) <http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/beasley-maurine>.