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A Brief History of Brother James Weldon Johnson
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195410101-01-2002
1871 Born in Jacksonville, Florida, June 17 1894 Graduated from Atlanta University 1897 First black admitted to Florida bar 1899 Wrote "Lift Every Voice and Sing" with his brother
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A look into the Soul of A Black Man
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1941No Votes Yet01-01-2002
I'd like to thank the people at the Afro American Web Ring for awarding my site with the TOP SITE AWARD. I hope I can continue to make the people of the Afro American Web Ring as well as my readers...
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About Booker T. Washington (1856-1915)
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1917No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Up from slavery : an autobiography, by Booker T. Washington (1856-1915)
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Adult years of T. J. Sellers
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1958No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Between 1931 and 1934 (20 and 23 years of age), there were drastic changes in Sellers' life. During these years, Sellers married a woman named Eleanora and moved to 909 Anderson Street in Charlott...
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African American Diva Lady's Website
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1910No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Sections cover books, exercise, stress, parenting, and poetry. Meet the featured diva, and visit the "4 Brothers" section to stop snoring.
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African American Journey: Cuffe, Paul
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19156301-01-2002
Cuffe, Paul: a hero in black history. A biography of Paul Cuffe, an African American merchant of the early 1800's who tried to start a colony of free blacks in Sierra Leone, Africa, and who worked for civil rights of African Americans in the United
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African American Journey: Russwurm, John Brown
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21179.2501-01-2002
Russwurm, John Brown: a hero in black history. A biography of John Brown Russwurm, an African American newspaper editor and abolitionist who in 1827 cofounded Freedom's Journal, the first black newspaper in the United States. Later moved to Liberia.
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Alex Palmer Haley (1925-1992)
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195110101-01-2002
American biographer, scriptwriter, author who became famous with the publication of the novel ROOTS, which traces his ancestry back to Africa and covers seven American generations as they are taken slaves to the United States.
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Alexander Crummell
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19059201-01-2002
Until recently, Alexander Crummell was not often discussed in black history yet his influence on Black people during his time has survived to this day.
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alt.culture: West, Cornel
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1921No Votes Yet01-01-2002
West Professor of Afroamerican studies and the philosophy of religion, has collaborated with bell hooks and Tikkan editor Michael Lerner; he is also honary co-chair of the Democratic Socialists of America.
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Anthony Overton - Born Entrepreneur
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19454101-01-2002
Although born into slavery in 1865, in Monroe, Louisiana, this fact does not appear to have been a deterrence to Overton. After the Civil War, when his family moved to Kansas, he attended public schools and, in 1888, earned a bachelor of laws degree from
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Barack Obama - U.S. Senator for Illinois
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1936No Votes Yet03-29-2005
Thank you for visiting my online U.S. Senate office. It is an honor and privilege to represent you in the United States Senate. As your newly elected Senator, I want to be your voice in Washington, but first I need to hear your thoughts and concerns.
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Baraka, Amiri - Africana
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1899No Votes Yet04-25-2002
Resource contains biographical information on African American writer Amiri Baraka. Read about his life and works.
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Bayard Rustin (1912-1987)
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1916No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Rustin was involved in the civil rights movement throughout the 1950's. He worked closely with Martin Luther King, Jr . and A. Phillip Randolph in laying the foundations for the movement. Rustin was an instrumental advisor to King in organizing the Southe
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BENJAMIN ELIJAH MAYS
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19035.67301-01-2002
Benjamin Elijah Mays, educator, was born in 1895 in South Carolina, and graduated from Bates College in Maine in 1920. He went to the University of Chicago for his masters degree and doctorate, and while he was working on those degrees, he was ordained in
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Benjamin L. Hooks
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191210201-01-2002
For 15 years Benjamin L. Hooks presided over America's largest and most influential organization for blacks, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
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Bill Picket
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189410101-01-2002
The Original "Bulldogger". Bill Pickett invented the cowboy sport of bulldogging. Bulldogging (or steer wrestling) involves riding after a steer on horseback, leaping from the saddle to grab the steer by the horns (one in each hand).
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Black community needs a leader like Thomas
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19065201-01-2002
Black community needs a leader like Thomas An important issue surrounding the Clarence Thomas nomination controversy is the issue of black leadership. The media has seemed to focus upon women's rights and the right of a fair trial for Thomas in ad
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Black Men Doing Positive Things - Home
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1958No Votes Yet01-01-2002
"Black Men Doing Positive Things" Booklet CAME OUT FOR THE FIRST TIME ON AUGUST 1, 1999. VOL.1 ADVERTISEMENT CONTRACT The "Black Men Doing Positive Things" Booklet came out for...
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Black Men In America.com
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196110303-30-2002
Black Men In America.com is the premier online for black men with relevant content for women. Also on the site are columnists, commentary, black interest news, online stores and more.
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Bobby Seale's Homepage, Black Panther Party Founder
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1936No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Bobby Seale The Revolutionary Humanist for the younger generation, and a sixties ICON! The Founder, Chairman and National Organizer of the Black Panther Party [BPP], U.S.A. [1966-1974].
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Brown, H. Rap - The Third World and the Ghetto
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1929No Votes Yet05-02-2002
Presents the text of a speech delivered by Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, formerly known as H. Rap Brown, speaking on behalf of the Black Panther Party.
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Cain, Herman - African-American Cuisine Newsletter
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1938No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Profile of the first black president of the National Restaurant Association focuses on his principles and drive.
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Carl Murphy-The Afro-American
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1929No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Carl Murphy (1889-1967) Journalist, publisher, civil rights leader, educator. Carl Murphy was born in Baltimore, Maryland on January 17, 1889 to John...
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Carl Rowan Press Club Honoree
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19005.652201-01-2002
The award, conferred by the Club's Board of Governors, will be presented on Thursday, November 4, 1999 at a black-tie reception and dinner. Several leading figures in the nation's capital, where he has lived since 1961, will join in the salute to Mr. Rowa
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Carter G. Woodson
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19119101-01-2002
Carter Goodwin Woodson, Founder of the ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN LIFE AND HISTORY
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Carter Godwin Woodson, 1875-1950. The History of the Negro Church.
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192110101-01-2002
Carter Godwin Woodson, 1875-1950 The History of the Negro Church. Washington, D. C.: The Associated Publishers, 1921. A CHRISTIANIZED AFRICAN Frontispiece Return to Menu Page for The History of the Ne
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Charles Gilpin
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19144301-01-2002
Charles Sidney Gilpin ''rose from obscurity to the peaks, lived his hour of triumph and returned to the shadows,'' Harlem Renaissance theater critic Theophilus Lewis wrote. Gilpin's short-lived triumph was lofty indeed.
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Charles Hamilton Houston (1895-1950)
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1935No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Charles Hamilton Houston was born in Washington, D.C., on September 3, 1895. At the age of 19 he earned his A.B. from Amherst College as one of six valedictorians and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Houston was also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
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Charles Howell Jr.
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1905No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Charles Conrad Garfield Howell Jr. fought for civil rights and Detroit's place in the cultural world
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Charles Lenox Remond
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1933No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Charles Lenox Remond was born in Salem, Massachusetts in 1810. He joined the Anti-Slavery Society and in 1838 became its first African-American lecturer.
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Charles W. Chesnutt
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1912No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Essayist, folklorist, short-story writer and novelist, Charles Chesnutt was the first African-American writer to receive widespread serious attention during his lifetime as a literary artist, and was considered one of the major fiction writers of his era.
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Civil rights leader Julian Bond addresses NAACP gathering
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1927No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Wednesday, May 17, 2000 Subscribe to Daily Headlines Monday, September 28, 1998 Civil rights leader Julian Bond addresses NAACP gathering Justin Jacobs Contributing Writer
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Cleaver, (Leroy) Eldridge
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1926No Votes Yet05-23-2002
Cleaver, (Leroy) Eldridge Cleaver (left) and his wife, Kathleen Camera Press/Copyright Archive Photos (b. 1935, Wabbaseka, near Little Rock, Ark., U.S.), black militant whose autobiographical volume..
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Coleman Young - Home Page
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1977No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Coleman Alexander Young, 1918-1997, continues his hold over Detroiters, as witnessed by the six articles about him that The Detroit News ran on Sunday, January the 9th, 2000.
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Cornel West
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1902No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Format: Hardcover, 112pp. ``The scholar, theologian, and activist who has been acclaimed as one of the most eloquent voices in our ongoing racial debate now bridges the gulf between black and white America in a work of enormous resonance and moral author
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Damon J. Keith Biography
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1907No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Judge Damon Keith has carried a love of civil rights through his entire legal career. This devotion was rooted in his experience as an African-American growing up in Detroit.
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Daniel A. P. Murray
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1926No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Daniel A. P. Murray Daniel A. P. Murray (1852 -1925). Photographer unknown. Photograph, undated. Daniel Alexander Payne Murray (1852-1925) was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of a freed slave. At the age of nine, he moved to Washington, D.C.
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Dr. Charles Drew
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1931No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Dr.Charles Drew 1904 - 1950 Look for the "Blue Links" in the text to go to some interesting places mentioned. Discoverer of blood plasma (a vital life giving fluid) and is credited with saving thousands of lives on a day to day basis Founder of our.
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Dr. Daniel Hale Williams
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19163101-01-2002
Dr. Daniel Hale Williams Born: January 18, 1856 Died: August 4, 1931 Birthplace: Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania Dr. Daniel Hale Williams: Surgeon Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, a pioneer in open heart surgery was born in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania...
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Dr. Geter
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1924No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Room: VMH 4312 Telephone: 301-405-2218 Email:rgeter@rhsmith.umd.edu Robert S. Ph.D., Organizational Sociology, University of Pennsylvania Geter has over 18 years of experience as an information systems manager with a large telecommunications firm.
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DR. MANNING MARABLE
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1942No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Manning Marable is Professor of History and Political Science, and the Founding Director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University in New York City.
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Earl D. Shaw
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19194101-01-2002
the directory page of Earl D. Shaw (telephone number, email address, etc.) Graduate physics faculty Professor, Rutgers/Newark Physics Department I have been developing infrared lasers and recently moved a far-infrared free electron laser to the Newark Cam
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Earl G. Graves
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2103No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Earl G. Graves is a nationally recognized authority on black business development and the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise magazine.
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Edward Brooke - (1919- )
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1933No Votes Yet01-01-2002
dward Brooke was sworn in as the junior senator from Massachusetts on January 10, 1967, becoming the first black person since Reconstruction Senator Blanche K. Bruce of Mississippi to take the oath.
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Edwards, S. J. Celestine - From Slavery To a Bishopric
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1922No Votes Yet04-25-2002
Browse an account of Walter Hawkins, a former slave who eventually became a bishop in Canada. Includes images from the original publication.
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Emeagwali
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190510109-15-2002
"Philip Emeagwali, a computer scientist, is one of the fathers of the Internet and a trailblazer in petroleum extraction," reports CNN.
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Emeagwali.Com
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1929No Votes Yet05-12-2003
Nigerian American named Philip Emeagwali. He had to leave school because his parents couldn't pay the fees. He lived in a refugee camp during your civil war. He won a scholarship to university and went on to invent a formula that lets computers make 3.1 billion calculations per second
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Ernest E. Just
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1983No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Stamp on Black History Home Page Menu.
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Evers, Medgar
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1920No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Supplies speech transcripts, audio clips, and excerpts from biographical references of the civil Rights leader. Includes resource links.
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Farmer - James - Black History Month Profile
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1906No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Profile furnished by the Gale Group recounts the achievements of the civil right leader and union organizer.
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For the Black Male
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1921No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Online community provides research material, news articles, forums, and an index of Web resources, for the empowerment of black males.
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Fred Hampton
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1923No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Dedicated to the leader of the Chicago Black Panther Party. Read an account the story of the FBI attack and hear a sound clip from Chairman Fred.
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Frederick Douglass
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19688101-01-2002
Chronicles Douglass' life as a slave, abolitionist, political reformer, and editor.
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Garrison, William Lloyd
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1925No Votes Yet01-01-2002
William Lloyd Garrison, (1805-1879), was an American journalist and reformer who became famous in the 1830's for his denunciations of slavery.
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George Crockett, Jr.
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1911No Votes Yet04-20-2002
First African American attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice. Also intensely involved in the civil rights struggle in the South during the 1960s.
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George Henry White
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19227101-01-2002
A member of the Republican Party, White was elected to the House of Representatives in 1880.
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George Washington Carver
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191110101-01-2002
George Washington Carver Ultimate Resource Links Top 5% in K-12 Education (78 links) What's New! Accomplishments and Awards Articles, Quotes and Other Writings of George Washington Carver
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Granville T. Woods: Inventor
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1901No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Granville T. Woods Born: April 23, 1856 Died: January 30, 1910 Birthplace: Columbus, Ohio Granville T. Woods: Inventor It's hard to believe that a man who was forced to leave school at the age of ten could have patented over thirty-five electrical and mec
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Harry T. Moore Homesite
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1943No Votes Yet01-01-2002
The Harry T. Moore Homesite is being developed to commemorate the lives of two pioneering American black civil rights workers. He and Harriette were leading human rights activists in Brevard County, in Florida, and in the nation.
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Henry Highland Garnett
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1906No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Led by his father George Garnett, Henry Highland Garnett escaped from Maryland slavery in 1825 to New York. Henry attended the New York African Free school.
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Henry O. Tanner
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1901No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Great American Artist/African American Legend Copyright 1991 Tanner Film Group Inc. For More Information on Henry Ossawa Tanner Go to: Tanner Film Group
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Higginbotham, A(loysius) Leon, Jr.
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1910No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Born and raised in segregated Trenton, New Jersey, A. Leon Higginbotham Jr. attended Purdue University in Indiana to study engineering.
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Horace Coleman
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1920No Votes Yet10-22-2002
holds an MFA degree from Bowling Green State University. In addition to being a former university professor, he has been a writer-in-the schools, worked in public relations, been a technical writer, published in a number of anthologies and lived in six states.
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Hosea Williams
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1928No Votes Yet05-23-2002
Williams was elected to Georgia General Council in 1974 and controversially endorsed Ronald Reagan for president in 1980.
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Imam Jamil's Official Website
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1925No Votes Yet05-02-2002
Detailed chronology of past and current events relating to Imam Jamil's arrest for murder, as well as information about injustice towards Muslims in America.
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Jan E. Matzeliger
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1928No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Jan Matzeliger The shoe-lasting machine invented by Jan Matzeliger not only revolutionized the shoe industry but also made Lynn, Massachusetts, the "shoe capital of the world."
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JOHN CHAVIS 
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1954No Votes Yet12-21-2002
At a time when few African-Americans were free and almost none were educated, John Chavis occupied a unique place in North Carolina society. 
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John Hope Franklin
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1955No Votes Yet01-01-2002
John Hope Franklin is the James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of History, and for seven years was Professor of Legal History in the Law School at Duke University. He is a native of Oklahoma and a graduate of Fisk University.
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Johnson, Robert - Biography
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1921No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Profiles the founder and chairman whose company is the first African American-owned business listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
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Jones, Absalom - African American Journey
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1895No Votes Yet01-01-2002
World Book encyclopedia presents a brief profile of this 18th century black church leader who founded the St. Thomas African Episcopal Church.
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Jordan, Vernon E. - Black History Month Profile
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1928No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Read about the life and achievements of the civil rights leader, lawyer and friend of Bill Clinton.
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Joseph Cinque
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1956No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Joseph Cinque Sengbe Pieh, the son of a local chief, was born in Mani, Sierra Leone, in about 1815. He became a rice farmer and was married with three children when he was captured by Spanish...
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Julian Bond
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1907No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Julian Bond Professor (1990) U.S. Morehouse 1971 HIUS 367: History of the Civil Rights Movement Publications, Awards, and Activities Time to Speak, A Time To Act The Movement in Politics.
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Keyes, Alan - State and Local Grassroots Campaign
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1926No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Find state and local groups that support the GOP candidate's campaign for the US presidency. Includes quotes from Keyes.
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Kwame Ture
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1905No Votes Yet09-30-2002
Offers the text of a speech to the All-African People's Revolutionary Party by the activist formerly known as Stokely Carmichael.
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Lawrence Douglas Wilder
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1901No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Lawrence Douglas Wilder made national history by becoming governor of Virginia, a state where his grandparents had toiled as slaves. His victory in Virginia's 1989 gubernatorial
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Leon Sullivan, The Most Influential Black Man Alive
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1918No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Rev. Leon Sullivan lumbered into his old neighborhood in Charleston, W.Va., to speak at Piedmont Elementary School. Dressed in his Sunday best, Sullivan told a gathering of children how he was raised in a shanty, off a dirt alley only a couple of blocks f
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Louis T. Wright
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19351101-01-2002
Dr. Louis T. Wright was born in 1891 at LaGrange, Georgia. He attended Clark University and then Harvard Medical School, from which he graduated in 1915.
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Louis Tompkins Wright 1891-1952
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1926No Votes Yet01-01-2002
In 1917, Wright entered the US Army as a First Lieutenant in the Medical Corps. In the service, he introduced the intradermal method of vaccination for small pox that was adopted by the US Army Medical Corps.
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Lovell A. Jones, Ph.D.
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1912No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Research Interests: Hormonal carcinogenesis, Breast cancer, Diet and estrogens, Multistage hormonal carcinogenesis esearch in the Endocrinology Laboratory continues to focus on identifying and characterizing the molecular events involved in the initiation
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Major Cox's Perspective
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1923No Votes Yet04-29-2002
Major Cox began his journey on the southeast Alabama farm of his birth, in 1940. As a child, growing up surrounded by an extended family of countless relatives, Charles and Juanita Cox made their second son feel special.
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Martin Luther King Jr.
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1932No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Biography, Stats, Videos Of Martin Luther King Jr.
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Max Yergan
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194410101-01-2002
Max Yergen The South African YMCA When African-American Max Yergan went to South Africa in 1921, his mission was to establish African YMCAs throughout the country. Yergan tirelessly criss-crossed the
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Mayor Tom Bradley
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1918No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Story posted Wednesday, 30-Sep-98 11:00:51 - Online Athens Tom Bradley, L.A.'s first and only black mayor, dead at 80 By Michael FleemanAssociated Press LOS ANGELES - He took over a city divided.
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Medgar Wiley Evers
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1918No Votes Yet05-23-2002
The legacy of Medgar Evers is everywhere present in the Mississippi of today. This peaceful man, who had constantly urged that "violence is not the way" but who paid for his beliefs with his life, was a prominent voice in the struggle for civil rights in Mississippi.
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Media Resources-African American Male Research
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1930No Votes Yet01-01-2002
As we enter the first years of the new millennium it is especially important to trace the trends of African American male social, economic, and political status in order to move beyond the anecdotal toward gaining a basic understanding of the quality of t
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Meredith C. Gourdine African American Inventor
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2226No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Meredith C. Gourdine was the inventor of electrogasdynamics systems
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Mfume, Kweisi
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1893No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Find a profile of the former congressman who has gone on to head the NAACP. Includes a photograph and related articles.
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Mfume, Kweisi - NAACP Online
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1902No Votes Yet01-01-2002
President's Corner features a biography, statements, press releases, and speeches by the former US congressman from Maryland.
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MLK Web
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1917No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Extensive teacher's guide compiles the Internet resources concerning Martin Luther King, Jr. Find articles, multimedia files, and books.
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Mumia Abu-Jamal On Death Row/Political Prisoners/Racism and Oppression
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1899No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Mumia Abu-Jamal joined the Black Panther Party in 1967, at the age of 15. He went on to a distinguished career as a radio journalist. An untiring opponent of racism and police brutality, he earned the wrath of the notoriously racist Mayor Rizzo and the Ph
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Nante
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1914No Votes Yet01-01-2002
These commands are in Twi. When the Europeans came to Ghana and began the vicious hunt for African slaves, they divided and conquered neighboring tribes who had usually coexisted in peace.
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Nelson Mandela
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1900No Votes Yet05-23-2002
The political life of Nelson Mandela.
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Oscar Micheaux
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1902No Votes Yet05-06-2003
Welcome to the newly remodeled Oscar Micheaux web site. It's really a complete web site of its own, including over one hundred photos from the Golden Anniversary celebration.
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Paul Robeson
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1898No Votes Yet01-01-2002
For his steadfast commitment to his social conscience, Paul Robeson - activist, scholar, artist, athlete - was shunted from the center of America's cultural stage to its wings.
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Percy Lavon Julian
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1920No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Friendship Is Essential to the Soul! Percy Lavon Julian Hawthorne school renamed to honor Percy Julian Stamp in Honor of Percy Lavon Julian Education and Work Experience
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Percy Lavon Julian - Chemist
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1893No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Percy Julian's life in research often made use of soybean products and led to discoveries in the manufacture of drugs, hormones, vitamins, amino acids, paint and paper, Percy Julian's research also yielded over 100 patents, including a synthetic cortisone
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Profile of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela
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1921No Votes Yet05-23-2002
Mandela accepted the Nobel Peace Prize as an accolade to all people who have worked for peace and stood against racism.
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Rand, Barry - Jet, New Chairman & CEO of Avis
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1954No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Brief profile of the African-American leader who left his position as the highest-ranking Black executive at Xerox to take the Avis post.
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Reeves, Bass - Dallas Morning News
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1963No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Texas-born Bass Reeves roamed the American West for more than three decades, chasing murderers, thieves and whiskey smugglers. He usually either found his outlaw or left him dead.
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Rev. Leon Sullivan
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1923No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Rev. Leon Sullivan, a West Virginia native, is an African American Preacher, social activist, and educator responsible for leading international efforts to promote nonviolent social and economic change.
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Richard Allen and African-American Identity
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1937No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Magazine dedicated to colonial America offers an article written by James Henretta about the slave who became a free man and Methodist bishop.
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Richard Henry Boyd
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1940No Votes Yet01-01-2002
RICHARD HENRY BOYD (1855-1912) Richard Henry Boyd, preacher, missionary, entrepreneur, publisher, banker, educator. writer, and black nationalist, was born a slave to Indiana Dixon in Noxubee Coun...
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Richard Wright
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1929No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Richard Wright was born 4 September 1908 in Roxie, Mississippi, and died 28 November 1960 in Paris, France. One could sum up his life as a series of three stages: his youth in the South, his early career in the North (both Chicago and New York), and his e
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Richard Wright: Black Boy - Chronology
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1912No Votes Yet01-01-2002
1908 - Richard Nathaniel Wright born September 4 on Rucker's Plantation, some twenty miles east of Natchez, Mississippi, the first child of Nathaniel Wright, a sharecropper, and Ella Wilson Wright, a...
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Robert Abbott
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1951No Votes Yet04-25-2002
Robert S. Abbott was born in 1870 in Frederica, St. Simons Island, Georgia of former slave parents, and studied the printing trade at Hampton Institute from 1892 to 1896.
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Robert R. Moton
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1939No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Robert Russa Moton was born in 1867. He learned to read at the William Vaughan Plantation with the help of the daughter of the former owner. As a boy, his family sent him to a free school for Blacks operated by an ex-officer of the Confederate Army. While
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Rodney King Page
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1921No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Los Angeles Times Tuesday, March 19, 1991 Page A20 Here is the transcript of computer transmissions between squad cars and the watch commander's office of the Los Angeles Police Department's Foothill Division beginning at 12:29 a.m. and ending at 1:17 a.m
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Sharif.Org.uk
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193310110-22-2002
Using the Bible, the Qur'an, other early sources from history, as well as Muslim-Christian dialogue and debate material, this website will enable the truth-seeker to decide the truth.
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Smalls, Robert (1839-1915)
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1945No Votes Yet09-30-2002
Former slave who became a Union hero for commandeering Planter, a Confederate transport vessel loaded with armaments from Charleston harbor on May 13, 1862.
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Sonarchy: Stokely Carmichael
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1906No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Stokely Carmichael speaks on freedom and white America. One-time president of the (SNCC) Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and early organizer with the Lowndes County Freedom Organization and the Black Panther Party, Carmichael was an...
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SPLC: Julian Bond Biography
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1947No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Julian Bond Since his college days, Julian Bond has been an active participant in the movements for civil rights, economic justice, and peace, and an aggressive spokesman for the disinherited.
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Steve Biko Memorial
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1920No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Stephen Biko (selection) Biko firmly believed that "black liberation" had to start with "black psychological self-reliance" and that as the consciousness of Africans increased, white liberals could not continue to act as spokesmen for the black population
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Stokely Carmichael
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1911No Votes Yet01-01-2002
As Stokely Carmichael, his chief claim to fame was to lead young Turks in the civil-rights movement in pushing Martin Luther King aside, denouncing him as an Uncle Tom. In 1966, Carmichael emerged as the chief spokesman for the "black power" movement, whi
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The 100 Black Men of Los Angeles, Inc.
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1895No Votes Yet10-17-2002
The 100 Black Men of Los Angeles, Inc. is a non-profit civic and community based organization that serves as a catalyst for the disadvantaged and under represented segments of the community.
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The Forgotten Teachings of Martin Luther King
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1935No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Few Americans, however, are familiar with King's profound teachings on the very issue that is tearing our country apart û affirmative action. Without fear of accountability, politicians distort King's message and invoke his name for their own political ga
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Theodore K. Lawless
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193210201-01-2002
Dr. Theodore K. Lawless was a skin specialist (dermatologist) who became a millionaire form his studies, practice adn development of medicines.
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University of Maryland Eastern Shore
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1943No Votes Yet11-03-2002
UMES provides quality undergraduate and graduate education in the liberal arts and sciences, the food and agricultural sciences, technology, and in professional and pre-professional disciplines. The University accepts and prepares students from varying backgrounds and experiences.
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Vernon Jordan
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1888No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Vernon Jordan
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Walter F. White
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1906No Votes Yet01-01-2002
The Fire in the Flint (1924), Flight (1926), The American Negro and His Problems (1927),The Negro's Contribution to American Culture (1927), Rape and Faggot: A Biography of Judge Lynch (1929), What Caused the Detroit Riot? (1943), A Rising Wind: A Report
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WEAVER, Robert Clifton
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1882No Votes Yet01-01-2002
WEAVER, Robert Clifton Robert Weaver (1907- ); American economist and government official WEAVER, Robert Clifton (1907-), American economist and government official, born in Washington, D.C., and educated at Harvard University. He began his...
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Welcome to agoodblackman.com
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1896No Votes Yet01-01-2002
agoodblackman.com is a web site dedicated to loving, honoring, uplifting and celebrating Black men by providing a place of information and inspiration
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Whitney Moore Young
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1868No Votes Yet01-01-2002
1921-71, African-American civil-rights leader; b. Lincoln Ridge, Ky. A social worker by profession, he joined the National Urban League in 1947 as director of industrial relations for St. Paul, Minn. He headed the League from 1961 until his death and was
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William H. Hastie
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1901No Votes Yet01-01-2002
William H. Hastie, Jr., born in Knoxville, Tennessee, on November 17, 1904, graduated Amherst College in 1925 as valedictorian. He later graduated Harvard Law School in 1930 -- number fourteen in his class.
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William Hannibal Thomas, b. 1843
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1922No Votes Yet04-21-2003
William Hannibal Thomas was born in Ohio in 1843, the child of free blacks from Virginia. After attending school in Ohio, Thomas was denied entrance to the Union army during the Civil War because of his race.
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William Stanley Braithwaite
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1893No Votes Yet01-01-2002
William Stanley Braithwaite of Arlington Heights, Mass., was a poet and the editor of the annual Anthology of Magazine Verse. He also taught at Atlanta University. (Information from the University..
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William Wells Brown, 1815-1884. Narrative of William W. Brown, an Amer...
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1915No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. By William Wells Brown, 1815-1884
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Woodson, Carter G.
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1897No Votes Yet01-01-2002
Woodson , Carter G ., in full CARTER GODWIN WOODSON (b. Dec. 19, 1875, New Canton, Va., U.S.--d. April 3, 1950, Washington, D.C.), American historian who first opened the long-neglected field of black studies to scholars
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