Clifford Alexander Jr., first Black secretary of the Army dies
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The first Black secretary of the Army, Clifford Alexander Jr., died on Sunday at the age of 88. He was a pioneer, who served as an adviser to Democratic presidents and worked on landmark legislation, including the Voting Rights.

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