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This category covers African-American achievement in military history. African-Americans in military service, their units, and officers of those units should be featured here.
Please submit sites dealing with historic African-American leaders of religious movements.

Sites dealing with present leaders, such as Louis Farrakhan, belong elsewhere, as this is a History category.

Sites dealing with historic African-American leaders, such as Dr. King, who were not primarily religious leaders also belong elsewhere.

Study the religious movements in the African-American community.
African Americans have gone from being excluded from professional sports to dominating several of them. Our interest, in this History category, is less in the sports and more in the men and women who have affected history be their participation in them. As black men earned the respect of the powerful by their gallantry in the Armed Forces, so they earned the respect of the masses by their prowess on the court and in the ball diamond. Read the story of these pioneers here.
Emmett Till's brutal murder in Mississippi catalyzed the Civil Rights movement.
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