Today In Black History On January 8th

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  1. The Battle of New Orleans (January 8, 1815) featured two Black led battalions backing Andrew Jackson in a campaign against the British.
  2. The Alabama Educational Television Commission is denied license renewal (January 8, 1975) by the Federal Communications Commission due to several cases of racial discrimination.
  3. St. Helena Parish schools were officially integrated (January 8, 1989) marking the end of the longest integration lawsuit in history. A lawsuit that had been raging since 1952,  John Hall and the NAACP celebrated a great victory.

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