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On This Day in Black History:

Feb. 15, 1848 - Sarah Roberts barred from white school in Boston. Her father, Benjamin Roberts, filed the first school integration suit on her behalf.

Feb. 15, 1851 - Black abolitionists invaded a Boston courtroom and rescued a fugitive slave.

Feb. 15, 1968 - Henry Lewis becomes the first black to lead a symphony orchestra in the United States.
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Today, February 13th, In Black History:

(1892) The World's Fair Colored Opera Company performs at Carnegie Hall, the first African American performers to do so.

(1920) Andrew "Rube" Foster, the “Father of Black Baseball”, organizes the Negro National League at a YMCA in Kansas City, Missouri. It is the first baseball league for African Americans and operated successfully until 1931.

(1923) The first professional African-American basketball team is formed in Harlem, New York -- the New York Renaissance.

(1957) Southern Christian Leadership Conference organized at a meeting in New Orleans with Martin Luther King Jr. as president.

(1970) Joseph Searles is the first African American member of the New York Stock Exchange (pictured above and in cover photo).

(1973) Gertrude E. Downing and William Desjardin patented the corner cleaner attachment.

(1998) Dr. David Satcher, former head of the Centers for Disease Control, is sworn in as the sixteenth surgeon general of the United States. He concurrently holds this post and serves as Assistant Secretary of Health, becoming only the second person in the history of the United States to do so.
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Today in Black History:

Feb. 12, 1865 - Henry Highland Garnet, first black to speak in the Capitol, delivered memorial sermon on the abolition of slavery at services in the House of Representatives.

Feb. 12, 1909 - The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was founded. The call for the
organizational meeting was issued on 100th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth by 47 whites and six blacks.

Feb. 12, 1948 - First Lt. Nancy C. Leftneant became the first black accepted in the regular Army Nursing Corps.
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