Douglas Wilder

Douglas Wilder

tih-230113 Douglas Wilder Becomes First Elected Black Governor

On January 13, 1990 Douglas Wilder of Virginia became the nation’s first elected Black governor. He is noted for his efforts to promote racial harmony and equality. Promoting understanding and cooperation, Wilder’s term as governor has paved the way for other people of minority groups to get into govenment.

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