U.S. Naval Academy Black History
Lieutenant Commander Wendell Brown (Ret.), the first African-American to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy, discussed the problems that blacks faced. He responded to questions from the midshipmen in the audience.
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Wesley A. Brown Lieutenant Commander (Retired) U.S. Navy
Troy Turner Vice President U.S. Naval Academy->Midshipmen Black Studies Club
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