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Kappa Alpha Psi was chartered in the state of Indiana on this date in 1911.
Charlotte E. Ray became the first African-American woman admitted to practice law in Washington, D.C., on April 23, 1872.
Arthur A. Schomburg, historian, writer and researcher, was born on this day.
On Dec. 24, 1951, Libya declared independence from Italian colonization.
1911 United, a super PAC started by Black fraternities, takes its final bus trip to energize Black voters for Obama.
James C. Napier, civic leader and politician, was born in Nashville, Tennessee.
Black political action committees hope to raise enough money to helps support candidates who share the same concerns.
The facts and the controversy surrounding super PACs and why they matter in the 2012 presidential election.
The 1911 United super political action committee was created by Kappa Alpha Psi and Omega Psi Phi fraternities to engage Black voters in the political process and increase their turnout for President Obama in 2012.
The head of the new U.N. women's agency said there has been "remarkable progress" since International Women's Day was first celebrated a century ago but gender equality remains a distant goal.