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Praising the Past
john m langston 05/25/17 - 06/07/17

Forgotten Milestone: The 150th Anniversary of the First Black Vote in D.C.




The D.C. council issued a resolution against such changes as these, warning that the city would become an "asylum" for freedom seeking Blacks which, after all, were an "undesirable" population in any community.

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melvin morris 06/09/16 - 06/22/16

Black, Brave, & Bold Part 5 - African American Congressional Medal of Honor Winners - Vietnam War To The Present




More African Americans won the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam War than in any other single major American conflict.

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Cornelius H. Charlton 06/09/16 - 06/22/16

Black, Brave, & Bold Part 4 - African American Congressional Medal of Honor Winners – World War II & Korean War




He led his men to repel a group of attacking enemy soldiers until he was killed.

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henry johnson 02/04/16 - 02/17/16

Black, Brave, & Bold Part 3 - African American Congressional Medal of Honor Winners - The Spanish-American War & World War I




Even Stowers' unit, the 93rd Division, was attached to the French Army because the American Army was initially reluctant to employ Black soldiers in combat.

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