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Cornerstones of Black History

Join WTOC every weekday in February as Dawn Baker takes a look at the Cornerstones of Black History.

Additional information on the stories Dawn covers will be linked here every day in honor of Black History Month.

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Carter G. Woodson
 
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George W. Carver
 
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Elijah McCoy
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Dr. Charles Drew
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Garrett Morgan
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Dr. Benjamin Carson
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Dr. Daniel H. Williams
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Buffalo Soldiers
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Harriet Tubman
14
Frederick Douglass
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Rev. Andrew Bryan
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Crispus Attucks
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WEB Du Bois
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Granville Woods
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The Tuskeegee Airmen
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Rosa Parks
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Booker T. Wahsing-
ton
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Mary McLeod Bethune
 

 
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