Edith S. Sampson

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American diplomat, lawyer and judge

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According to Wikipedia, Edith Spurlock Sampson was an American lawyer and judge, and the first Black U.S. delegate appointed to the United Nations on 24 August 1950. She conceded that Black people did not have equal rights in America but she said "I would rather be a Negro in America than a citizen in any other land."

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