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Little Known Black History Fact: Tom Bradley

Tom Bradley made history in the summer of 1973 by becoming Los Angeles’ first, and to date, only Black mayor. The historic feat made the late politician just the second Black person to hold a mayoral seat in a major U.S. 343 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Leila Foley Davis

Leila Foley-Davis made history in 1973 after she became the first Black woman elected mayor in the United States. Her election predates the election of Doris A. 188 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Leila Foley Davis

Leila Foley-Davis made history in 1973 after she became the first Black woman elected mayor in the United States. Her election predates the election of Doris A. 188 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Leila Foley Davis

Leila Foley-Davis made history in 1973 after she became the first Black woman elected mayor in the United States. Her election predates the election of Doris A. 188 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Leila Foley Davis

Leila Foley-Davis made history in 1973 after she became the first Black woman elected mayor in the United States. Her election predates the election of Doris A. 188 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Leila Foley Davis

Leila Foley-Davis made history in 1973 after she became the first Black woman elected mayor in the United States. Her election predates the election of Doris A. 188 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Leila Foley Davis

Leila Foley-Davis made history in 1973 after she became the first Black woman elected mayor in the United States. Her election predates the election of Doris A. 188 more words

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