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Emmy winner and Civil Rights leader was a pioneer in Hollywood.
The actress Ruby Dee was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 27, 1922.
Activist and award-winning actor Ossie Davis was born in Cogdell, Georgia on Dec. 18, 1917.
Ruby Dee had a brilliant career not only on the stage and in films, but in the civil rights movement.
We take a look back at the life of Ruby Dee (1922-2014), a movie star who reached far beyond the stage and screen
The iconic filmmaker honored with portrait by Kehinde Wiley.
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, BET.com highlights prominent African-American couples and the stories behind how they fell in love. Some stories may surprise you.
Singer Elle Varner speaks about her work with the Hip Hop Caucus's "Respect My Vote" campaign, which is pushing more young adults to cast their ballots at this year's midterm elections.
Remembering Ruby Dee, Maya Angelou and Coretta Scott King.