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Friday, February 3

1956
Autherine Lucy ~ becomes the first Black student at University of Alabama ADD MORE »

1870
Black suffrage ~ The 15th Amendment, providing for Black suffrage, ratified ADD MORE »

1886
First Negro Baseball League ~ The Southern League of Colored Base Ballists is founded ADD MORE »

1965
Geraldine McCullough ~ wins Widener Gold Medal for Sculpture ADD MORE »

1903
Jack Johnson ~ (first Black heavyweight champion) wins the "Negro Heavyweight Title" ADD MORE »
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