December 2008
Jet;12/15/2008, Vol. 114 Issue 22, p22
The article presents information on Black history for the week of December 9. On December 9, 1872, P. B. S. Pinchback was sworn in as the first Black governor of Louisiana. On December 10, 1950 Dr. Ralph J. Bunche became the first Black to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, which he was awarded for his peace efforts in the Middle East.


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