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On November 23, 2011, the United States Congress approved an act to grant the Montford Point Marines the Congressional Gold Medal:
The Montford Point Marines are briefly mentioned in the article below:
Meadows, Bob and Kelsie Bonaparte. "10 Things We're Talking About." Essence 43.5 (2012): 94. Print.