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Reported by Liku Zelleke He is known today as one of the greatest voices of his time and still has people that swear by his unsurpassed musical talent. Nat King Cole was the first black...

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Dorothy Height was an educator and administrator who was also a well known civil rights and women’s rights activist.  She was born in Richmond, Virginia and moved to Rankin, Pennsylvania as a child.  Despite being...

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Rev. Jesse Jackson has been going at it for over 40 years and his service will be remembered in the history books.  This is a speech given by Jackson in 1972 at UCLA during a...

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In 1963, Birmingham, Alabama was considered to be arguably the most segregated city in the United States.  There was a huge sacrifice to confront the powers that were seeking to keep black people “in our...

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Most people know about Richard Pryor nearly dying after setting himself on fire 30 years ago. The scene was played out in the film “Jo Jo Dancer,” a very dark film that was funny at...

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Didn’t you love the Soul Train lines from back in the day?  If you were like we were, you were dancing along and couldn’t wait for American Band Stand to go off so you could...

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