1. Nov. 1, 1777: The African Free School of New York City was opened.
2. Nov. 3, 1993: Carol Moseley Braun of Illinois, was the First Black Woman ever elected to the Unites States Senate. (see first picture)
3. Nov. 4, 2008: Barack Obama defeats John McCain to become the First Black President of the United States. (see second picture)
4. Nov. 10, 1957: Charlie Sifford wins Long Beach Open, becoming the First African American to win a Major Professional Golf Tournament. (see third picture)
5. Nov. 16, 2004: Condoleezza Rice was nominated by President Bush as Secretary of State, making her the First black Woman to serve the position. (see fourth picture)