Rundles, Jim
May 2013
Jackson Advocate;5/23/2013, Vol. 75 Issue 33, p11A
The article offers author's insights on several significant people. Among the individuals mentioned are doctor Charles Richard Drew, a medical researcher in the field of blood transfusions, African American educator Booker T. Washington, who is the dominant leader of U.S African American community, and musician Stevie Wonder.


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