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Wilson Goode

The first African-American mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, an office he held from 1984 to 1992. His tenure was marred from the MOVE confrontation in 1985, which wiped out 11 people, and remaining 240 people homeless. He gained his level from Morgan Condition College or university in 1957. His boy W. Wilson Great Jr. can be a Town Councilman in Philadelphia. He offers three kids with wife Velma Williams. He defeat previous mayor Frank Rizzo in the 1986 mayoral elections.

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