This prominent African American was the first to receive a Ph.D from Harvard University? A. W.E.B. Du Bois B. Langston Hughes C. James Weldon Johnson D. Booker T. Washington
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User: This prominent African American was the first to receive a Ph.D from Harvard University? A. W.E.B. Du Bois B. Langston Hughes C. James Weldon Johnson D. Booker T. Washington

Weegy: W. E. B. Du Bois was the first to receive a Ph.D from Harvard University.

User: This organization based in New York was formed from 3 prominent African-American economic groups. A. National Urban League B. NAACP C. Sleeping Car Porters D. Rainbow Push Coalition

Weegy: NAACP, based in New York, was formed from 3 prominent African-American economic groups.

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