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Today in Black History: May 17th

Oliver Lewis, a Black jockey, won the first Kentucky Derby on this date in 1875. Lewis rode a horse named “Aristides.” Frederick Augustus Douglass was appointed Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia by President James A. Garfield on this date in 1881. Click Here to purchase your copy of “Kentucky Derby Stories” by

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