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Richmond leaders approve renaming street after Arthur Ashe

Seattle Times Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Richmond leaders approve renaming street after Arthur AsheRICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Richmond City Council has approved a proposal to rename a historic street after tennis champion Arthur Ashe Jr. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that on Monday the council backed an ordinance renaming Boulevard after Richmond native Ashe. He was the first black player selected to the U.S. Davis Cup team and […]
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