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Today in Black History: E.D. Nixon

Edgar Daniel “E. D.” Nixon, civil rights leader and a primary figure in the Montgomery Bus Boycott, was born in Montgomery, AL, on this date in 1899. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. described Nixon as “one of the chief voices of the Negro community in the area of civil rights,” and “a symbol of the hopes and aspirations

 
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Today in Black History: Mary McLeod Bethune

Mary McLeod Bethune, educator, civil rights leader, and founder of Bethune-Cookman College and the National Council of Negro Women, was born in Mayesville, SC, on this date in 1875. Bethune was honored with the unveiling of a National Monument on the grounds of the Capitol in Washington, DC, on this date in 1974. Click Here

 
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Today in Black History: Dr. Daniel Hale Williams

Dr. Daniel Hale Williams performed the world’s first successful open-heart surgery without anesthesia at Provident Hospital in Chicago, IL, on this date in 1893. Click Here to purchase your copy of “Dr Daniel Hale Williams: First Black Heart Surgeon” by The Black American Experience More Black History Facts for Today go to:WWW.YENOBA.COMYour Source for Black

 
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