Selected Black Facts for November 29Selected Black Facts for November 299EC8DCF6-C843-4bb9-8B62-F3B27057CBE1Copyright © 1997-2009 Blackfacts.com2015-11-29T00:00:00-05:00http://www.blackfacts.com/images/Blackfacts-Logo.pngCommuniversal RSS Generator1218http://www.blackfacts.com/fact/f8bc5526-d094-47ab-a3fc-8d760e471521Freedom Riders attacked by white mob2015-11-29T08:41:51ZFreedom Riders attacked by white mob at bus station in McComb, Miss., November 29-December 2.Copyright © 1997-2011 Blackfacts.comhttp://www.blackfacts.com/fact/1038021f-5d5b-4b83-9a0c-9065302d325eAlice Childress becomes the first African American woman to receive an Obie Awar2015-11-29T08:41:51ZAlice Childress becomes the first African American woman to receive an Obie Award for her play, "Trouble in Mind".Copyright © 1997-2011 Blackfacts.comhttp://www.blackfacts.com/fact/85a1248f-36e8-4967-be27-477d29c962a3Pearl Primus: Dancer is born2015-11-29T08:41:51ZBlending African and Caribbean sources with American traditions of blues, jazz, and jitterbug, Pearl Primus created new and vibrant forms of dance.
Copyright © 1997-2011 Blackfacts.comhttp://www.blackfacts.com/fact/a3bcb1c0-ced4-4bfe-9df1-65ea5ce2bc12Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., politician and civil rights activist was born in New H2015-11-29T08:41:51ZCongressman Clayton Powell, Jr., politician and civil rights activist was born in New Haven, Conn.Copyright © 1997-2011 Blackfacts.comhttp://www.blackfacts.com/fact/cc61a583-d4ca-4e98-91b3-ce618730eae6Black Slaves Welcomed Into Amer. Army2015-11-29T08:41:51ZLemuel Haynes, Revolutionary War veteran, licensed to preaching to the Congregational Church. After the winter of Valley Forge, Black slaves and free men were welcomed into the American Army. There were Black soldiers in the Revolutionary army from all of the original thirteen colonies. Most of the estimated five thous...Copyright © 1997-2011 Blackfacts.comhttp://www.blackfacts.com/fact/74212299-bddd-4e20-a917-91e29ac85a3bBaptising of the First Two Known Converts2015-11-29T08:41:51ZEngland John Wesley baptisted the first two known Black converts to the Methodism movement.Copyright © 1997-2011 Blackfacts.com