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Dec 5, 1935
Langston Hughes's play, The Mulatto, began a long run on Broadway.
Martin Luther King Jr. Facts
Marches for the right to vote
Ross, Michael K. (1941-2007)
Martin Luther King Jr., Chicago march
Perkinson, Coleridge-Taylor (1932-2004)
Events After Martin Luther King Jr's Death
Martin Luther King Jr
A Biography of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Hall, Katie Beatrice (1938-2012)
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Eric D. Mullins
Cheryl Adrienne Brown
Aldridge, Ira (1807-1867) - Birthday
Actor Louis Gossett Jr. born
Voices of the Civil War Episode 15: "Alexander Thomas Augusta"
Sculptor Elizabeth Catlett born
Hampton Institute was founded, 1861
Bankhead, Mary Lucille Perkins (1902–1994) - Birthday
First Artist to recieve Spingarn medal
National Congress of Racial Equality organized
Phyllis Hyman, singer dies
Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr., And The Next Dimension to Star In "Up, Up & Away! a musical fable"
Harlem Renaissance poet and author, author
The United Negro College Fund.
Working the Quincy Mill: African American Lumber Mill Workers in Northern California, 1926-1955
Danville, VA coup and massacre
Institutions of Higher Learning Established
Nina Simone - The Legend (part 3 of 6)
Tracy Chapman - fast car Video
James Ingram - I Don't Have The Heart [HQ]
Uncle Tom Revisited: Rescuing the Real Character from the Caricature
Leopold Sedar Senghor, poet, politician, is elected President of Senegal.
Mary Lou Williams
Voices of the Civil War Episode 5: "A White Man's War"
Bebe Moore Campbell
In Praise of Mayme Clayton: Images of the African American West
Kerry D. Chandler
Take a Spin!
Green, Henry Davis (1827-1911)
Waldron, Frank (1890-1955)
Coleman, Michael B. (1954- )
Little Walter is born.
Mongane Wally Serote
(1851) Sojourner Truth “Ar'nt I a Woman?”
Bessie Smith - Yellowdog Blues
The Blood of Entertainers: The Life and Times of Jimi Hendrix's Paternal Grandparents