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Allegations of mismanagement hit Booker T. Washington Community Center

Booker T. Washington Community Service Center, a beloved landmark in the Fillmore community since 1920, was named for a civil rights leader who promoted Black self-sufficiency. “It is this legacy that a community center in his name ought to honor and champion,” says longtime board member Julian Davis.

Buffalo Soldiers honored in the Presidio

African American soldiers have fought in American wars since the Revolution, but in 1869 Congress established four all-Black regiments within the U.S. Army: the 9th and 10th Cavalry and the 24th and 25th Infantry. These regiments were located all over the country and did everything from fighting campaigns against Native tribes to pursuing bandits, improving our roads, and scouting and mapping frontier land.
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