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Empress Zewditu I of Ethiopia, Empress of Ethiopia (1876 – 1930)

Empress Zewditu of the House of Solomon, “Queen of Kings”, Empress of Ethiopia –

American Express CEO Ken Chenault shares tips on how to build a successful brand while keeping your ego in check.

American Express CEO Ken Chenault shares tips on how to build a successful brand while keeping your ego in check.

Kimes triplets attend Tennessee State University.

Tennessee State University (TSU) is a public university and HBCU located in the heart of Nashville, TN. TSU offers a myriad of degrees. Visit Us and Step into Your Future at TSU!

Vintage photograph of Lois K. Alexander, founder of the legendary Harlem Institute of Fashion (opened in 1966) and the Black Fashion Museum (in 1979).

Vintage photograph of Lois K. Alexander, founder of the legendary Harlem Institute of Fashion (opened in and the Black Fashion Museum (in

Joan Mulholland ....my Soror and a freedom riding history maker from Tougaloo College.

Joan Trumpauer Mulholland ' An Ordinary Hero ' is the story of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland , a little known Civil Rights worker .

Cudjo Lewis (1841–1935) is considered the last survivor of the last slave ship to enter the United States. He was born around 1841 to a Yoruba family in the Banté region of Dahomey (today Benin).

Cudjo Lewis is considered the last survivor of the last slave ship to enter the United States. He was born around 1841 to a Yoruba family in the Bant region of Dahomey (today Benin).

The South End Royals of Saint John were one of the few all Black teams in New Brunswick's sport history and one of the best ball teams in Saint John.

The South End Royals of Saint John were one of the few all Black teams in New Brunswick's sport history and one of the best ball teams in Saint John.

Corretta King kissing Rosa Parks 1980

Rosa Parks is kissed by Coretta Scott King as she receives the Martin Luther King, Jr. Non-violent Peace Prize in Atlanta on Jan. She was the first woman to win the award.

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Sifford, 'Jackie Robinson of golf,' dies at 92

A Golf Icon passed away Tuesday(February at the age of Mr. Sifford broke the PGA Tour's color barrier in the paved the way for Lee Elder to break the color barrier at the Masters in

DID YOU KNOW: The first record of African Americans in Texas is widely believed to have begun with Estevanico, a slave held by Spanish Explorer Andrés Dorantes de Carranza. In 1528, Estevanico was one of four survivors of the ship-wrecked Pánfilo de Narváez expedition that was stranded off the Texas coast. Although he would later be killed by the Zuni Indians, he played an important role as a translator between the explorers and the native tribes they encountered. His account, along with the

The official Juneteenth Committee in East Woods Park, Austin, Texas on June Juneteenth marks what is arguably the most significant event in American history after independence itself—the eradication of American slavery.

Fashion Designer Zelda Wynn Valdes

Zelda Wynn Valdes was the first black designer and costumer to open up her own s hop in Her shop was the first black owned business on.

Sep. 2, 1972 Detroit Wayne County Michigan, USA  Reggie Harding Information courtesy of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Reginald Harding (May 4, 1942–September 2, 1972) was an American professional basketball player. A 7'0" native of Detroit, Michigan, Harding was selected by the Detroit Pistons in the fourth round of the 1962 NBA Draft. He became the first player drafted into the NBA without having played in college.

Sep. 2, 1972 Detroit Wayne County Michigan, USA Reggie Harding Information courtesy of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Reginald Harding (May 4, 1942–September 2, 1972) was an American professional basketball player. A 7'0" native of Detroit, Michigan, Harding was selected by the Detroit Pistons in the fourth round of the 1962 NBA Draft. He became the first player drafted into the NBA without having played in college.

Zykiya Randall ("Z").......the youngest and First African American Female Golfer to win first place in US Womens Open Qualifier

Black Girl Magic:Zakiya Randall ("Z").the youngest and First African American Female Golfer to win first place in US Womens Open Qualifier

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