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In honor of Banned Books Week, take a look at literature by or about African-Americans that has been banned from schools and libraries across the nation.
Edmund Pettus Bridge has been added to National Register of Historic Places.
Louise Beavers, prominent actress, was born on March 8, 1902.
Levi Coffin, president of the Underground Railroad, was born on Oct. 28, 1798.
A look at historic African-American sites you can visit all year long.
The rapper Maurice "Cornbreadd" Duhon is challenging Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee because he believes that Houston can do better.