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Today in Black History: Jefferson Franklin Long

Jefferson Franklin Long (Georgia) took the oath of office as the second Black Congressman on this date in 1871.  Click Here to purchase your copy of “Black Power : The Politics of Liberation” by Kwame Ture and Charles V. Hamilton

 
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Today in Black History: Major General Charles Paine

A Black division of the military, under the command of Major General Charles Paine, participated in the Fort Fisher Expedition that closed the Confederate’s last major port on this date in 1865.   Click Here to purchase your copy of “Black History: More than Just a Month [Paperback]” by Mike Henry

 
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Today in Black History: William Pickens

William Pickens, author, educator, and public official, was born in Anderson, SC, on this date in 1881. Pickens served as Field Secretary for the NAACP. He also served on the U.S. Treasury’s Defense Savings staff. Click Here to purchase your copy of “Bursting Bonds: The Autobiography of a “New Negro” (African American Intellectual Heritage Series)

 
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