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Reggie Culpepper
Clark Atlanta University class of 1998
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Hampton University class of 1995
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LaMarr Blackmon
Cal St Univ, Long Beach class of 1992
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North Carolina Central University class of 2003
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Southern University and A&M College class of 1972
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Elliott Murray
DePaul Univ class of 1980
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A Message to Young America-Everything That You Need to Succeed Is Within You!-Motvational
No matter what you've been through, you can achieve your goals and dreams using your personality, experiences, skills and intelligence. It's just a matter of your perspective and k ...more
Posted by Kamal Imani • 338 Views • December 3rd, 2019
"The President's Men: Black United States Marshals in America."
News Release & Press Advisory FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Chigozie Achebe 04/15/11 (815) 229-2627 cachebe@hotmail.com _________________________________ ...more
Posted by Robert Moore • 5,027 Views • May 9th, 2011
Johnie Jones Receives Humanitarian Award and Bachelors Degree
When Johnie L. Jones, III was growing up in Hope, Arkansas, the community knew he was destined to be a star. Well, now everybody knows because Johnie recently added two stars to hi ...more
Posted by Frederick Roberts • 4,066 Views • May 27th, 2009
Marcus Garvey
Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr., National Hero of Jamaica, was a publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, Black nationalist, Pan-Africanist, and orator. Marcus Garvey was founder of the Univ ...more
Posted by Reggie Culpepper • 20,276 Views • February 23rd, 2009
John Brown
John Brown (c.1810 - 1876) also known by his slave name, 'Fed', was a slave in Virginia. He moved at age ten to North Carolina where he was separated from his mother. He was moved ...more
Posted by Reggie Culpepper • 6,727 Views • February 16th, 2009
Ralph J Bunche
Diplomat, statesman. Born Ralph Johnson Bunche on August 7, 1904 in Detroit, Michigan. He worked his way through college and then travelled, taught at Howard University (1928–41), ...more
Posted by Reggie Culpepper • 7,325 Views • February 8th, 2009
Phillis Wheatley
Born c. 1760 possibly in Senegal, Africa. Wheatley was sold in slavery to the John Wheatley family of Boston, Massachusetts in 1761. The family educated her, even teaching her Lati ...more
Posted by Reggie Culpepper • 6,093 Views • February 3rd, 2009
Dorothy Height
“We have to improve life, not just for those who have the most skills and those who know how to manipulate the system. But also for and with those who often have so much to give bu ...more
Posted by Jehan Bunch • 6,949 Views • February 12th, 2008
Mansa Musa, King of Mali (1312-1337)
Mansa Kankan Musa When Mansa Musa came to power, Mali already had firm control of the trade routes to the southern lands of gold and the northern lands of salt. Now Musa broug ...more
Posted by Marwan Fateen • 18,016 Views • February 11th, 2008
jan matzeliger
At an early age, Jan showed a remarkable ability to repair complex machinery and often did so when accompanying his father to a factory. When he turned 19, he decided to venture aw ...more
Posted by Marwan Fateen • 7,838 Views • February 11th, 2008
Imhotep (2600 BC)
( fl c. 2600 BC). Egyptian official and architect. Imhotep, who bore the title ‘Greatest of Seers in Heliopolis' and served under the kings Djoser (reg c. 2630-c. 2611 BC) to Huni ...more
Posted by Marwan Fateen • 5,384 Views • February 11th, 2008
Granville T. Woods
Born in Columbus, Ohio, in April 23, 1856, Granville T. Woods dedicated his life to developing a variety of inventions relating to the railroad industry. To some he was known as th ...more
Posted by Marwan Fateen • 9,415 Views • February 11th, 2008
Mary Ellen Pleasant
Mary Ellen Pleasant, referred to as the "mother of civil rights" in 1860s California, is a figure that isn't well-known in modern Black history, but was a famous abolitionist, entr ...more
Posted by Jon C. • 21,267 Views • February 11th, 2008
Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Charlayne Hunter-Gault is a woman of distinguised “ firsts”. She holds a place in Georgia civil rights history as one of the first two African -American students admitted to the ...more
Posted by Jon C. • 9,785 Views • February 1st, 2008