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Black Facts for February 6
1993 - Arthur Ashe dies
Tennis player Arthur Ashe dies. Ashe was the first African American to win at Wimbledon.
1972 - Robert Lewis Douglas founder and coach of the Rens
Robert Lewis Douglas founder and coach of the Rens, is inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
1961 - Jail-in movement started in Rock Hill, S.C., when
Jail-in movement started in Rock Hill, S.C., when students refused to pay fines and requested jail sentences. Students Nonviolent Coordinating Committee urged south-wide "Jail, No Bail" campaign.
1945 - Bob Marley
Bob Marley, Jamacian reggae star is born.
1933 - Walter E. Fauntroy born
Walter E. Fauntroy was born in Washington, D.C. He went on to become a District of Columbia delegate to the House of Representatives.
1898 - Melvin B. Tolson, author, educator, poet, born
Melvin B. Tolson, author, educator, poet, born
1870 - Jonathan Jasper Wright
On this day, Jonathan Jasper Wright was elected to the South Carolina Supreme Court.
1867 - Peabody Fund established
The Peabody Fund for Black education in the South established.
1820 - United States population: 9,638,453
United States population: 9,638,453. Black population: 1,771,656 (18.4 per cent). "Mayflower of Liberia" sailed from New York City with eighty-six Blacks. Ship arrived in Sierra Leone, March 9.
1820 - the Mayflower of Liberia
The first organized emigration back to Africa begins when 86 free African Americans leave New York Harbor aboard the Mayflower of Liberia. They are bound for the British colony of Sierra Leone, which welcomes free African Americans as well as fugitive slaves.
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