March 2009
Crisis (15591573);Spring2009, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p10
The article presents news briefs about African Americans. Wayman Tisdale, a former basketball player and jazz musician, died of cancer. Phoebe Haddon was appointed the first African American dean of the University of Maryland School of Law. Walter Massey was appointed the chairman of Bank of America.


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