10 Things You Didn’t Know About U.S. Ambassador Terence Todman

Written by Keren Mikva

A U.S. ambassador to six different countries, Terence Todman died Aug. 13. He left behind an impressive legacy. Well known for his outspokenness on segregation and racism, he was the first black person to head a geographic division of the State Department. Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Terence Todman.

Sources: NYTimes.com, ADST.org, WashingtonPost.com, Virgin Islands Daily News, The Nation