November 2004
Jet;11/29/2004, Vol. 106 Issue 22, p46
Presents information on historic events that occurred during November involving African Americans. How George Branham won the Brunswick Memorial World Open in 1986 and became the first Black to ever win a Professional Bowlers Association title; Way that Air Force Col. Frederick Gregory became the first Black commander of a space shuttle mission on November 22, 1989.


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