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December 3

Frederick Augustus Douglass and Martin Robinson Delany published the first issue of the North Star, an antislavery paper, on this date in 1847.

Myrtilla Miller opened the Colored Girls School in Washington, DC, on this date in 1851-primary education and domestic skills were taught. After the school was renamed, it merged with Wilson Teacher's College and is now the University of the District of Columbia (UDC).

J. Raymond Jones became the first black person to chair a major Democratic group when he was elected leader of the New York Democratic organization on this date in 1964.

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