This Week In Black History

September 2004
Jet;9/20/2004, Vol. 106 Issue 12, p31
Presents information on events in African American history in September. Birth of Alain LeRoy Locke, a scholar and author, on September 13, 1886; How Art Williams became the first African American umpire in the National League on September 18, 1972.


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