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Black News and News Makers in History

7/17/1942: Muhammad Ali (Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.), prize fighter, born.

7/17/1944: Diahann Carroll, singer, film, stage & television actress & advocate against breast cancer, born.

7/18/1863: Sgt. William H. Carney, wins Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery, becoming first Black soldier to receive award.

7/18/1899: Leonard C. Bailey, inventor, awarded patent for folding bed.

7/19/1925: Josephine Baker, singer, entertainer & activist, makes Paris debut.

7/19/1941: President F.D. Roosevelt established Fair Employment Practices Committee to monitor discrimination in defense industries.

7/20/1950: Black troops, 24th Infantry Regiment, win first U.S. victory in Korea.

7/21/1896: National Federation of Afro-American Women & the Colored Women's League merge, creating National Association of Colored Woman.

7/22/1939: Jane Matilda Bolin, attorney, first African American woman appointed New York City judge of court of domestic relations.

7/23/1962: Jackie Robinson, baseball great, inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame.

7/23/1984: Vanessa Williams, first African American to win Miss America title, relinquishes crown. Allowed to keep crown, scholarship money & is officially recognized by organization as Miss America 1984 with first runner-up recognized as Miss America 1984b. Went on to fulfill passion in music, stage, film & television.