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On This Day In Black History:

Feb. 26, 1869 - Fifteenth Amendment guaranteeing the right to vote sent to the states for ratification.

Feb. 26, 1877 - At a conference in the Wormley Hotel in Washington, representatives of Rutherford B. Hayes and representatives of the South negotiated agreement which paved the way for the election of Hayes as president and the withdrawal of federal troops from the South.

Feb. 26, 1877 - Wallace D. Fard aka Wallace Fard Muhammada, co-founder of the Nation of Islam was born.

Feb. 26, 1926 - Carter G. Woodson started Negro History Week. This week would later become Black History Month.

Feb. 26, 1943 - Film director and actor Bill Duke was born in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Feb. 26, 1964 - The Kentucky boxer known to all as Cassius Clay, changed his name to Muhammad Ali as he accepted Islam and rejected Christianity. "I believe in the religion of Islam. I believe in Allah and in peace...I'm not a Christian anymore."

Feb. 26, 1966 - Andrew Brimmer becomes the first African American governor of the Federal Reserve Board when he is appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
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Feb. 23, 1868 - William Edward Burghardt (W.E.B.) Du Bois, sociologist, historian, educator, and sociopolitical activist, was born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Feb. 23, 1965 - Constance Baker Motley elected Manhattan Borough president, the highest elective office held by a black woman in a major American city.
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Feb 22, 1888 - In West Chester, Pennsylvania, African American painter Horace Pippin was born. Pippin is considered one of the major American painters of his period. One of his more significant works, "John Brown Going to His Hanging," is owned by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

Feb 22, 1928 - Artist Archibald Motley becomes the first artist of any race to appear on the cover of the New York Times.

Feb 22, 1950 - Julius Winfield ( "Dr.J") Erving, former basketball player, born Roosevelt, NY,

Feb 22, 1979 - Frank E. Peterson Jr. named the first black general in the Marine Corps.

Feb 22, 1989 - DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince win the first rap Grammy for the hit single "Parents Just Don't Understand."
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