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Today In Black History
On this date in 1896 The National Association of Colored Women was founded in Washington, DC. Founders of the NACW included Harriet Tubman, Frances E.W. Harper, Ida Bell Wells-Barnett, and Mary Church Terrell. Dr. Mary Church Terrell was elected as its first president.