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Famous African Americans In History January 14 1969 John Earl

Famous African Americans In History January 14 1969 John Earl


Famous African Americans In History | January 14, 1969 John Earl Warren, Jr.

Jones' father, Robert Earl Jones, in promotional still for the Langston Hughes play Don't You Want to be Free? (1938)

Malcolm X in March 1964

Rap Brown, SNCC [i., Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee], news conf[erence]. Find this Pin and more on African American History ...

Carter Godwin Woodson was an African-American historian, author, journalist and the founder · Black History ...

Earl Bostic

The First Black female pilot and First Black American to hold an international pilot's license.

Shirley Chisholm- she became the first African-American woman elected to Congress. On January she became the first major-party black candidate for President ...


Langston Hughes was an American poet, novelist, and playwright whose African -American themes · Black History ...

by Black History Album · May 14, 1969 John B. McLendon became the first African American coach in the

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List of African-American United States Representatives

Gwendolyn Brooks, the Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress. Poetry and Literature Center at the Library of Congress.

Collage of Alvin Ailey (January 1931 – December ; an African-American choreographer and activist

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Earl G. Graves Sr. is the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise magazine and

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States John Marshall

January 6 - John Singleton

New York "Daily News" headline with Joe Namath photo, January 13, 1969


She is most well known for her self-titled Television show, "Oprah," which became the highest rated talk show in Television History.

January 3 - Marc Morial

Elbert Frank Cox (December 5, 1895-November 28, 1969)

British Prime Minister James Callaghan

January 28 - Richmond Barthe. Picture. Black American ...

U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released, Flickr // CC BY

British Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger

Samuel L Jackson 1969

... Successful Open Heart Surgery on Record, He is the founder of Provident Hospital and also the First Black physician named as a Fellow in the American ...

James Brock, the manager of the motel, was photographed pouring muriatic acid into the pool to get the protesters out.

Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr. - Quote

Arthur Ashe and a Victory Unseen

Cat Power

President Richard Nixon was in the White House from 1969 to 1974, when he became

Maya Angelou

David Lloyd George, 1st Earl of Dwyfor (17 January 1863 – 26 March 1945

November 7, 1989 Lawrence Douglas Wilder became the first African American elected governor of a United States state. Wilder was born January 17, ...

Joseph Estrada · 14th President of the Philippines Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

“Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project,. Find this Pin and more on African American History ...

Polar Explorer Ernest Shackleton

Jonathan Samuel Carroll (born January 26, 1949, New York) is an American

Lord Snowdon developed enthusiasms that were essentially solitary, for gadgets and for photography, as

Gone But Not Forgotten: Music Stars In Memoriam 2015

Earl Campbell, left, and Steve Freydenfeldt engage in some friendly arm

Black Descendant of Cherokee Freedman


Freeman Institute Black History Collection -- oldest piece is dated 1553...(over 3,000 genuine documents and artifacts)

The U.S. track and field team arrived in Mexico eager to show their support to the. Photos: The forgotten Black ...


Franklin Delano Raines is the former CEO of Fannie Mae, which made him the First Black American to head a Fortune 500 company is born in Seattle, ...

Ocacia African Traditional Clothing

Writer,producer,director Oscar Micheaux was the first African-American to produce a

Artists Organize Conversation in Celebration of Norman Lewis

Minister and US Senator Hiram R. Revels

Emperor of Vietnam Bảo Đại


Butz, Earl MUG-B-006 ...

Black and white photograph of children on steps of Phyllis Wheatley House, ca. 1925

Mobster Meyer Lansky

January 1, 1969

American. Michael Jordan

Murder victim Elizabeth Short

THE SAINT [BR TV SERIES 1962 -1969] Series 2, Episode 16,

Freeman Institute Black History Collection -- oldest piece is dated 1553...(over 3,000 genuine documents and artifacts)

Norman Lewis, Artist, Visionary, Humanist

Russian Tsar Peter the Great

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. gives his "I Have a Dream"

discography, Earl Bell and Dewey Corley, 1971; source: Front cover of Blues Unlimited 93


Eldzier Cortor, Jan. 10, 1916 - Nov. 26, 2015

The Sun King of France Louis XIV


Adam Clayton Powell Jr.

Over the next five years 250 former slave and freedmen served in the 1st Rhode Island Regiment. Massachusetts' all-black unit, the Bucks of America under ...

Reimagining Her Corporate Image

Black and white photograph of the interior of the Credjafawn Co-op Store, 678

Among them was James Armistead, who had slipped out of Yorktown before the siege began and returned to Lafayette's service. When Cornwallis paid a courtesy ...

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African Kings and Queens