There are numerous possibilities: * Contribute a great deal of money to the winning candidates campaign never hurts. * Do something noteworthy for the country * Connections, connections, connections * Be a member of the winning team in a major professional sport * Win a prestigious award in some field, particularly an international, like the Noble Prize. * Ask
ANSWER:will I be a bad person if I say it was me who invited that person? C'on this question is not about cheating.
Douglas was invited to the White House to discuss grievances of the black soldiers.
Booker t Washington was invited to the white house october 16,1901
A baseball team was invited to the White House on August 30,1865 by Andrew Johnson.
No the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers were not invited to the White House. Must of been a Raiders fan....
No. Its because the house is white colored, you moron.
Yes, in 1901 he was invited by Teddy Roosevelt for dinner at the White House.
it was Michell Obama
Usually when their invited to the White House.
It cannot be said with certainty that Frederick Douglass was the first African American invited to the White House. Certainly Douglass was the first African American **leader** invited for a formal interview, or audience, with the President.
The only Superbowl winning team to never be invited to the White House is the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But everyones quick to come visit Tampa
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george bull merican. Actually it was Abe Lincoln who invited Frederick Douglas.
The first African American invited to the White House was Frederick Douglas, who was asked to come by Republican President, Abraham Lincoln in 1864. The first to be invited to an official function was Booker T. Washington. He was invited to a dinner by Republican President Theodore Roosevelt in 1901. The first African American to be voted into the White House as President of the United States is Democrat, Barack Obama who was elected in 2008.
The first African American to be invited to dine at the white house was Booker T. Washington in 1901.
Frederick Douglass was invited to the White House by President Abe Lincoln. Did Mr. Douglass ever except Lincoln's invitation and go to the White House.
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George Washington Carver.
Booker T. Washington was entertained at the White House by Theodore Roosevelt.
President John F Kennedy, I believe