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With Barack Obama now the 8th Black recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, we decided to take a look back at past Black Nobel Peace Prize winners. Here’s a list of the eight wonders:

1. Ralph Bunche, 1950
2. Albert John Lutul, 1960
3. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1964
4. Desmond Mpilo Tutu, shared with F.W. de Klerk, 1984
5. Nelson Mandela, 1993
6. Kofi Annan, shared with the UN, 2001
7. Wangari Muta Maatha, 2004
8. Barack Obama, 2009

Check out our photo gallery of the winners:

Barack Obama confronts the irony of receiving peace prize during war time