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July 6 African American Historical Events

Today in Black History – July 6 *

1853 – A National Black convention meets in Rochester, New York,
with 140 delegates from nine states. James W.C. 940 more words

African American History

Althea Gibson: A True Champion On The Court and Beyond


“The loser is always a part of the problem; the winner is always a part of the answer. The loser always has an excuse; the winner always has a program. 786 more words


The Horse Soldiers (1959)

Grierson’s Raid, which ran from April 17 to May 2, 1863,  was the dry run for Sherman’s March to the Sea.

In April of 1863, the United States Civil War was at a stalemate. 1,778 more words