Today in Black History – Nov. 3

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1896: Seventy-eight Blacks were reported lynched.

1942: William Dawson was elected to Congress

1983: The Rev. Jesse Jackson announced his candidacy for U.S. President.

1992: Carol Moseley Braun became first Black U.S. Senator.

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