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He tried to check out a Robert E. Lee book from the library. He got jailed instead.
WYATT TEE WALKER, 88, sits in the room of his assisted living complex just south of Richmond, surrounded by photographs. On a cold day in 1960 he tried to check out a Robert E. Lee book from the Petersburg, VA public library. He got jailed instead. Walker was the pastor of the historic Gillfield Baptist Church. He was born Aug. 16, 1929, in Brockton, Mass. His father was a minister, and his mother, who was a nurse, moved the family to Merchantville, NJ where Walker grew up as one of 11…
Graffiti inspired by Harvey Milk, on display for the Harvey Milk Memorial Tour in San Francisco.
Selma civil rights milestone marked by first black president
FILE - In this March 1965 file photo, Martin Luther King, center, leads a march from Selma to Montgo... - AP Photo/File
Bessie Coleman (1892 -1926) Bessie Coleman was the first black woman to earn a pilot's license, in 1921. Because women were not allowed at flying schools in the United States, she had learned French and moved to France. There she earned her license from Caudron Brother's School of Aviation, then went on to become an air show pilot in the U.S. In 1926, she died in a plane crash during an aircraft testing.