Wes Moore to be sworn in as Maryland's first Black governor


Was more becomes Maryland's first black governor. Moore will be sworn in as governor today using a Bible once owned by Frederick Douglass, a marylander who escaped slavery on the state's eastern shore before becoming the famed abolitionist. Before Moore's inaugural speech, he scheduled to visit the Annapolis city dock, which was once one of the region's slave ports, and when he gives his inaugural speech as Maryland 63rd governor, Moore will be looking out on a mall in front of the capital with a statue of former U.S. Supreme Court Justice, thurgood Marshall, was more becomes the third black governor elected in the nation's history, Virginia's Douglas wilder was elected in 1989 and deval Patrick of Massachusetts was elected in 2006. I'm Donna water

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