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Alex Haley (28556 hits)
American biographer, scriptwriter and novelist, whose most famous work is ROOTS, a publishing phenomenon and international bestseller. Haley traced in it his ancestry back to Africa and covered seven American generations, starting from his ancestor, Kunta Kinte. ...
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Alice Walker (13720 hits)
Alice Walker is one of the most celebrated authors of our times. Walker was born on February 9, 1944 in Easton, Georgia. Born to Willie Lee Walker and Minnie Tullulah Grant, they were sharecroppers who worked on a farm earning as little as $300 a year. ...
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Blind Tom Wiggins: Slave Pianist & Autistic Savant (7755 hits)
1848 - 1908.Blind Tom Wiggins was one of the nineteenth century's most famous and perplexing pianists. Born a slave in Georgia, he died an international celebrity in Hoboken, New Jersey. He had an encyclopedic memory, all-consuming passion for music ...
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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (6459 hits)
On August 25th, 1925 the trajectory of African American and American history was changed forever. On that date, a group of Pullman porters formed the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, America’s first African American labor union. One of those p ...
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Charlie Sifford (12666 hits)
from BlackGolfNet www.blackgolfnet.com Charlie Sifford (1922- ) is considered by many in the sport to be the “Jackie Robinson” of professional golf. Sifford was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, where he spent his youth at a caddy at the Carolina Country Club. Charlie Sifford’s status as a legend in Black golf was sealed in 2004, when he was admitted to the World Golf Hall of Fame, the first African-American golfer to be so honored. In an interview with the Arizona Republic, Sifford, with his trademark cigar in hand, reminisced about the threats and insults of racist competitors, and reflected on the lack of young Black athletes in the game. “Only the strong can survive out here. They counted me out 25 years ago, but I'm still here.” ...
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DeFord Bailey (5046 hits)
The Grand Ole Opry's first country music star and the person who helped create it, was none other than the legendary "Harmonica Wizard." ...
Posted Saturday, January 19th 2008 at 11:15AM
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Dr. Nathaniel J. Williams (2440 hits)
"Self-help" sometimes sounds like a catchphrase. For Dr. Nathaniel J. Williams – "Dr. Nat" to his friends and fans – it's a calling. The author of seven books (including his latest, "Attaining Your Personal Best"), host of his own weekly talk show ...
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Frederick Jones (1893-1961) (8346 hits)
Frederick McKinley Jones was one of the most prolific Black inventors ever. Frederick Jones patented more than sixty inventions, however, he is best known for inventing an automatic refrigeration system for long-haul trucks in 1935 (a roof-mounted co ...
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Henry Stone (5048 hits)
Henry Stone was born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y. and was a Black musical innovator, producer and talent scout. He was one of the first Black people in music industry to bring talent and record labels together, facilitating R%B and blues hits, and superstars, such as James Brown, to succeed. ...
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Ivan van Sertima dies (3545 hits)
He was a great Historian and Contributed alot to our black history. We salute you sir, R.I.P. King We the next generation will carry on your good work and remind our children we were all born to be kings and Queens article source: Ivan ...
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