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A. Phillip Randoplh

He was called the most dangerous black in America

1889

He led 250,000 people in the historic 1963 March on Washington.

1890

He spoke Blacks, poor Whites, Puerto Ricans, Indians and Mexican Americans.

1891

He attained for Black workers their rightful at in the house of Labor.

1892

He won the fight to ban discrimination in the armed forces.

1993

Pullman Porters Strike

It was the first national strike in United States history

1894

150,000 persons, 27 states and territories paralyze the nations railway system.

1895

The entire rail labor force of the nation would walk away from their jobs

1896

P.P.C.C was famed for its sleeper and luxury railcars that it manufactured.

1897

Pullman founded the town of Pullman as a place where his workers could live.

1898

Sarah Roberts Vs. The City of Boston 1849

A five-year-old African American, to enroll in an black public elementary school

1848

Sarah’s father challenged the Boston School Committee’s of racial segregation.

1849

Sarah and Benjamin lost their legal challenge in the Massachusetts courts.

1850

Fredrick Douglass

Only 23 years old Douglass overcame his nervousness and gave a stirring,

1819

Douglass spent seven relatively comfortable years in Baltimore

1820

He spent his early years with his grandparents and with an aunt

1900

David walker

He would arouse slaves of the South into rebelling against their master.

1908

Walker began to associate with prominent black activists

1909

By the end of 1828, he had become Boston's leading spokesman against slavery.

1910

Joesph Cinque

He was a West African. Actually is name was Sengbe Pieh.

1920

He is famous because he led a slave rebellion on the Cuban Amistad ship in 1839

1921

Joseph Cinque was born as the son of a Mende chief

1922

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