Unheard Voices

Unheard Voices was created and founded by Keith Covin in 2004, because he felt he needed a voice on an issue that concerned him. After a local media outlet wouldn’t take on his story, he utilized his English degree from Rutgers University and started to put his voice to use. He realized in his community of Neptune, NJ certain groups were being overshadowed in the media. So he created his own paper called Unheard Voices. Then and now, Unheard Voices covers stories that are rarely seen or heard, and stories that may be seen and heard but written at Unheard Voices from a valued perspective. Known as the authoritative voice of the voiceless, we give those a chance to be heard through our platform. We cover positive stories that affect the black and minority community and also cover race relations stories that affect the community. Source

Outlet Details

Scope National, African-American
Language English
Country United States of America
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