today in black history

August 07, 2020

Scholar and diplomat Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, the first Black to win a Nobel Peace Prize, was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1904.

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In 1964 Mississippi resident Fannie Lou Hamer addresses the Democratic National Convention credentials committee in Atlantic City, New Jersey and demands voting rights for African-Americans.





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