Who was the first black person to run for president?

Answer The first black person to run for president was Charlene Mitchell, in 1968. She was also the first female named on a general election ballot. Mitchell received a total of 1,075 votes from 4 states.... Read More »

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Was Toni Morrison the first black president?

The first black president of the United States is Barack Obama (2009)

Who are the people sitting below the President's podium facing away from the President during the President's State of the Union Address?

Movie about a black girl who has fair skin and denies her black black heritage and her mother is a servant for a wealthy white family made in the 50's or 60's?

Why does the vice president and the speaker of the house of representatives sit behind the president while he gives the state of the union address?

Not really. If the president has already served two terms the he or she cannot run again. If he or she believed they stood a good chance of winning then they are likely to run again. If, however, ... Read More »