[ ˈɜːska͡ɪn pɹˈɛstən kˈɒldwɛl], [ ˈɜːskaɪn pɹˈɛstən kˈɒldwɛl], [ ˈɜː_s_k_aɪ_n p_ɹ_ˈɛ_s_t_ə_n k_ˈɒ_l_d_w_ɛ_l]
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Erskine Preston Caldwell (August 9, 1902 - October 17, 1985) was an influential African American journalist and editor who was the first African American national news editor of a daily newspaper. He worked at "The Baltimore American" (now "The Baltimore Sun"), the " Newark Star-Ledger", and "The Philadelphia Daily News". As an editor, Caldwell helped to launch the careers of illustrious African American journalists such as Clarence King, Willie Morris, Marion Marable, and Thurgood Marshall. He also founded the "Dunbar Review" and the "Preston Norman Caldwell Book Award", both awards which recognize excellence in African American writing.
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