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L. Douglas Wilder becomes the first Black governor in the U.S. on Nov. 7, 1989.
Black leaders denounce E.W. Jackson's inflammatory rhetoric.
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Along with President Obama's re-election, BET.com takes a look at African-American political stars who set major milestones in the month of November.
The R&B star's award-winning debut will be inducted with 24 other classic albums.
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