1968 - Housing Discrimination banned.
1899 - W. H. Richardson patents baby buggy.
1862 - Slavery Abolished in United States territories.
1942 - U.S. Navy 1st Black Officer
1966 - Samuel Nabrit
1963 - Black students boycotted Public Schools
1953 - Egypt becomes republic
1941 - President Roosevelt wanted demonstration ended
1941 - George Washington Carver was awarded an honorary Doctorate
Supreme Court banned racial discrimination in sale and rental of housing.
W. H. Richardson patents baby buggy.
Slavery Abolished in United States territories in congress.
On this date in 1942, the U.S. Navy commissions its first black officer, Harvard University medical student Bernard Whitfield Robinson.
ON this date in 1966, Samuel Nabrit is the first African American to serve on the Atomic Energy Commission
On this date in 1963, Three thousand Black students boycotted Boston public schools as protest against de facto segregation.
ON this date in 1953, Egypt becomes a republic after the forced abdication of King Farouk I.
On this date in 1941, President Roosevelt conferred with A. Philip Randolph and other leaders of the March on Washington movement and urged them to call off a scheduled demonstration. Randolph refused.
On this date in 1941, Tuskegee scientist George Washington Carver was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by the University of Rochester.