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Last February, we asked what Black History Month meant to you. We received a variety of answers, but thought we’d highlight three particularly thoughtful responses.
The only all-black, all-female battalion stationed overseas in World War II saved the day for troops wanting mail from back home.
Born on July 11, 1828, in Gloucester Country, John Henry “Jack” Yates was the son of two slaves.