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Blue Plaque to the 6888th African American Postal Battalion WW2

In February 1945, 800 African American women from the 6888th postal Battalion were posted to KEHS, Edgbaston, Birmingham to sort backlogged mail. The Battalion has a unique place in history located right here in the city. We have chosen to honour them with the installation of Blue Plaque in the city.

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Recognize Black Heritage & Culture Honours Malcolm X with Blue Plaque

Malcolm X Remembered In Birmingham

A plaque is erected in Marshall Street, Smethwick, on the 47th anniversary of the civil rights leader's assassination

Written by Elizabeth Pears, The Voice Newspaper
21/02/2012 12:08 PM

A STAND: Malcolm X helped raise the plight of a racist housing policy in Birmingham

CIVIL RIGHTS leader Malcolm X will today be honoured with a blue heritage plaque in the Birmingham town where he campaigned to end its segregated housing policy.

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