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BET Experience 2016
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"Let's get these girls in here."
Civil rights activist Whitney M. Young Jr. was born on July 31, 1921, in Lincoln Ridge, Kentucky.
Capt. Edward J. Dwight Jr. became the first African-American candidate for astronaut training on March 30, 1962.
Georgia Democratic congressman and Civil Rights Movement icon John Lewis hopes his latest graphic novel will serve as a guide for young protesters as they seek justice today.
First Lady Michelle Obama called Whitney M. Young, one of her "unsung heroes" during a screening of a documentary Tuesday that follows Young's rise to leader of the National Urban League.
The Economic Policy Institute says that little has changed in economic and educational conditions for African-Americans in the last 50 years.
Newly declassified documents show that Martin Luther King Jr. and Muhammad Ali were on a National Security Agency watch list.
Voting rights, employment and GOP outreach were the topics of their remarks.
Rep. John Lewis shares memories of the original March on Washington.