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Claude Lewis, 82, distinguished Philly columnist and guiding light for African American journalists

Claude Lewis, 82, of Cherry Hill, a distinguished journalist who made history as the first person of color to write a regular newspaper column in Philadelphia and inspired generations of African Americans to follow him into the profession, died Thursday, March 16.  Read more.

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