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Today in Black History: The first African American-operated radio station

In 1980, WHHM, the first African American-operated radio station, goes on the air at Howard University.

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William H. Hastie


First Black American Governor of the United States Virgin Islands in 1946 and served until to 1949. He later became the First Black American judge on a U.S. Federal appeals court and became Chief Judge of that court in 1968.

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