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Justin Gatlin vs. Usain Bolt
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How to Rock: Denim
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Community activist, author and pastor Adam Clayton Powell Sr. was born in Franklin County, Virginia, on May 5, 1865.
The president of Old Westbury College, Calvin O. Butts III was born on July 19, 1949.
In Florida and in other cities, pastors are telling their congregations to be remain calm but committed to social change.
A Republican candidate for mayor of New York City remembers Rudolph Giuliani in a way that is counter to the recollections of many Black New Yorkers.
Loida Lewis, the widow of Black financier Reginald F. Lewis, operates a college in the Philippines named for her late husband.
Michael Griffith was chased to his death in a Howard Beach hate crime on Dec. 20, 1986.
Hazel Scott, renowned jazz pianist, died on Oct. 2, 1981.
The late business mogul was a leading figure in the corporate-takeover world and the first African-American to purchase a company for $1 billion.
The clash between tourists and congregants plays out every Sunday at many churches in Harlem, New York.
Afrika Owes, 17, a former standout at the prestigious Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, was accused of trafficking guns for her gang-affiliated boyfriend.