Today's Articles

People, Locations, Episodes

Tue, 11.16.2004

First Black female Secretary of State in America

Condoleezza Rice

On this date in 2004, Condoleezza Rice became the first African American Secretary of State in America.

She was appointed by President George W. Bush The former National Security Adviser since 2001 was the second Black (after Colin Powell) and second female (after Madeleine Albright) to serve as Secretary of State.

Reference:
The Associated Press
permissions
450 W. 33rd St.,
New York, NY 10001.

New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

Amos is a shepherd of suffering sheep; A pastor preaching in the depths of Alabama Preaching social justice to the Southland Preaching to the poor a new gospel of love With words... AMOS 1963 by Margaret Walker
Read More