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- Richard Arrington a.k.a. Richard Arrington, Jr.: Richard Arrington Jr. was the first African American mayor of the city of Birmingham, Alabama, serving 20 years, from 1979 to 1999. He replaced David Vann and, upon retiring after five terms in office, installed then-City Council president William A. Bell as interim mayor. Bell went on to lose the next election to Bernard Kincaid.
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by Melissa U. D. Goldsmith, Paige A. Willson, Anthony J. Fonseca
Liz'beth Gower; makeup/hair DeSign: Richard Arrington, Peter Tothpal; choreography: Miguel Delgado; SounD DeSign: Fred Judkins, Tom McCarthy, Mark S. Gordon, Warren Hamilton Jr., James Matheny; lighting DeSign: Jono Kouzouyan; ...
by Christopher M. Richardson, Ralph E. Luker
ACMHR helped elect Richard Arrington to Birmingham's city council in 1971 and as the city's first African American mayor in ...
An Encyclopedia by F. Erik Brooks, Glenn L. Starks
Miles CollegeÊs most notable alumni include Richard Arrington, Jr., the 130 Historically Black Colleges and Universities |...
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