|A news journal dedicated to the cause of the people|
|Headquarters||1286 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, California 94115|
The Sun-Reporter is an American weekly newspaper serving the African-American community of San Francisco.
The newspaper was founded in 1943. When Carlton Benjamin Goodlett, the paper's longtime owner, died in 1997, Amelia Ashley-Ward became the paper's proprietor. The Sun-Reporter owns the regions two other black weeklies, the California Voice and the Metro Reporter.
Notable journalists associated with the paper include Thomas C. Fleming.