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Barbara Jordan (8797 hits)
  Barbara Jordan (1936-1996) Background and Early Years Barbara Charline Jordan was born on February 21, 1936, in Houston, to the Rev. Benjamin M. Jordan and Arlyne Patten. She was a politician from Texas. She served as a congresswoman in ...
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Barry Bonds (9392 hits)
Barry Lamar Bonds, born July 24, 1964, in Riverside, Calif., is a record-setting Major League Baseball outfielder who is currently a free agent. He is the son of former major league All-Star Bobby Bonds, the godson of Hall of Famer Willie Mays, and a distant cousin of Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson. ...
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Bessie Coleman (21620 hits)
Elizabeth “Bessie” Coleman was born on January 26, 1892, and is popularly known as "Queen Bess." She was the first Black woman to become an airplane pilot, and the first American woman to hold an international pilot license. ...
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Blind Tom Wiggins: Slave Pianist & Autistic Savant (7332 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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Bob Marley (23933 hits)
Bob Marley is Jamaican-born raggae musician who was and still is a great man that brought music to the people. His main focus was peace, love and unity, and through his words and love for everything that he did and his fellow brethren, he spread a great message that touched thousands regardless of creed or color. ...
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Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (6044 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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Cathy Hughes (5944 hits)
Cathy Hughes (1947-    ) Background and Early Years Catherine “Cathy” Elizabeth Woods Hughes was born on April 22, 1947, in Omaha, Neb., to Helen Jones, a trombonist with the International Sweethearts of Rhythm, and Will ...
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Charles Drew (22521 hits)
  Charles Drew (1904-1950) Background and Early Years Dr. Charles Richard Drew was a Black physician and medical researcher. He researched in the field of blood transfusions; he developed improved techniques for blood storage and early durin ...
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Charlie Sifford (11924 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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