This Week In Black History

December 2000
Jet;12/04/2000, Vol. 98 Issue 26, p19
Focuses on important people in the history of Blacks in the United States, including Ernie Davis, who was the first Black to be awarded the Heisman Trophy and Rosa Parks, who refused to sit in the back of a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, in December 1955.


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