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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Today's Moment in Black History

Courtesy of BlackFacts.com:

Freedmen's Bank closed
June 28th 1874
Freedmen's Bank closed. Black depositors had some $3 Million in the bank, which had an imposing headquarters in Washington and branches in various cities President Frederick Douglass said later that the Freedmen's Bank had been "the Black man's cow and the white man's milk."

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