William Baker, Who Righted an Army Racial Wrong From 1906, Dies at 86


William Baker, Who Righted an Army Racial Wrong From 1906, Dies at 86 In the late 1930s, in rural Georgia, a former slave told his grandson a story about a case of racial injustice that had occurred three decades earlier and gone all the way to the White House. The

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