Black newspaper writer Mary Alice Jervay Thatch, 78, dies

Mary Alice Jervay Thatch was the third-generation editor and writer of an historic Black newspaper in North Carolina and a driving drive behind the pardons of the Wilmington 10.Related Press

DURHAM, N.C. — Mary Alice Jervay Thatch, the third-generation editor and writer of a historic Black newspaper in North Carolina and a driving drive behind the pardons of the Wilmington 10, has died. She was 78.

Ms. Thatch died Tuesday at Duke College Hospital in Durham, however a explanation for loss of life was not accessible, based on her cousin, Paul R. Jervay Jr., who thought-about her a “human

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Black newspaper writer Mary Alice Jervay Thatch, 78, dies

Mary Alice Jervay Thatch was the third-generation editor and writer of an historic Black newspaper in North Carolina and a driving power behind the pardons of the Wilmington 10.Related Press

DURHAM, N.C. — Mary Alice Jervay Thatch, the third-generation editor and writer of a historic Black newspaper in North Carolina and a driving power behind the pardons of the Wilmington 10, has died. She was 78.

Ms. Thatch died Tuesday at Duke College Hospital in Durham, however a reason behind dying was not out there, in keeping with her cousin, Paul R. Jervay Jr., who thought-about her a “human

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