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For the Record

Dorothy Dandridge: In the Nov. 10 Calendar section, an article about AFI Fest programming said that Dorothy Dandridge was the first African American woman nominated for an Oscar. Hattie McDaniel was the first. Dandridge was the first African American woman nominated for lead actress.

Trump victory: In the Nov. 10 Times Extra section, an article about Donald Trump’s path to victory said he was the first person elected president who had not served in either elected office or the military. He is the first without government or military experience; Herbert Hoover was elected president after serving as Commerce Secretary, an appointed post. 

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