This week in Black history

September 1998
Jet;09/07/98, Vol. 94 Issue 15, p19
Presents historical information relating to Afro-Americans, Dr. George Washington Carver, Charles H. Houston and Wilma G. Rudolph. When Dr. Carver began his career as an agricultural chemist at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama; Day on which Houston, the first official counsel for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was born; Number of gold medals which Rudolph won at the Olympics in 1960.


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