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Rachel Perry, who has held a number of administrative posts, will run the University of the District of Columbia after president's dismissal.
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The trustees at University of the District of Columbia and Baltimore City Community College both recently dismissed their presidents.
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Eric Holder becomes first African-American to be named Attorney General of the United States on Feb. 2, 2009.
Reggie Walton is the presiding judge over the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, a little known entity and a notable post for an African-American jurist.
Professor, poet and literary critic Sterling A. Brown was born on May 1, 1901, in Washington, D.C.