This week in Black history

June 1998
Jet;06/15/98, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p19
Presents historical information relating to Blacks, Medgar W. Evers, Mary Church Terrell and Georgiana Simpson. How former field secretary of Mississippi's National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Evers died; Date which Terrell, civil rights pioneer and political activist, spoke to the International Congress of Women in Berlin, Germany in three languages; When Simpson became the first Black woman to receive a Doctor of Philosophy degree.


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