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Today in Black History: December 6 2010

Today’s Black History Facts: 1) 1869:the Colored National Labor Convention, the first Black U.S. labor organization met in Washington, D.C. 2) 1871: P.B.S. Pinchback was elected President Pro Tem of the Louisana Senate and acting Lieutenant Governor. 3)  1963: Dr. Ralph Bunche (Detroit native and Nobel Peace Prize winner) and Miss Marian Anderson (Opera singer) were

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