October 20, 2014

Michael Jordan’s ‘Air Jordan 1’ Banned Commercial | Video

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Today In History
'Rex Ingram, actor who starred as “DeLawd” in the film version of Green Pastures, was born on this date October 20, 1895.'
(photo: Rex Ingram)
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October 20, 2014

Today In History

'Rex Ingram, actor who starred as “DeLawd” in the film version of Green Pastures, was born on this date October 20, 1895.'

(photo: Rex Ingram)

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Today In History
'Peter Tosh, reggae pioneer who helped reggae gain world-wide acceptance, was born in Jamaica on this date October 19, 1944.'
(photo: Peter Tosh)
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October 19, 2014

Today In History

'Peter Tosh, reggae pioneer who helped reggae gain world-wide acceptance, was born in Jamaica on this date October 19, 1944.'

(photo: Peter Tosh)

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October 18, 2014

Dawn of Def Jam: Rick Rubin Returns to His  NYU Dorm Room

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Today In History
'Chuck Berry, rock-and-roll superstar, was born in San Jose, CA, on this date October 18, 1926. His 1955 hit, “Maybellene,” was one of the first rock songs.'
(photo: Chuck Berry)
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October 18, 2014

Today In History

'Chuck Berry, rock-and-roll superstar, was born in San Jose, CA, on this date October 18, 1926. His 1955 hit, “Maybellene,” was one of the first rock songs.'

(photo: Chuck Berry)

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October 17, 2014

Chapter 12: Paris by Chanel, Inside CHANEL

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Today In History
'Dr. Mae C. Jemison, the first Black woman to travel in space, was born in Decatur, AL, on this October 17, 1956.'
(photo: Dr. Mae C. Jemison)
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October 17, 2014

Today In History

'Dr. Mae C. Jemison, the first Black woman to travel in space, was born in Decatur, AL, on this October 17, 1956.'

(photo: Dr. Mae C. Jemison)

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October 16, 2014

Cycle World & jeffstaple presents “Resurrecting a Ruckus”

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Today In History
'Tommie Smith and John Carlos (wearing gloves and socks) rose their fists in support of the struggle for Black freedom while being awarded the 200-meter Olympic Gold and Bronze Medals respectively on this date October 16, 1968.'
(photo: Peter Norman, Tommie Smith and John Carlos)
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October 16, 2014

Today In History

'Tommie Smith and John Carlos (wearing gloves and socks) rose their fists in support of the struggle for Black freedom while being awarded the 200-meter Olympic Gold and Bronze Medals respectively on this date October 16, 1968.'

(photo: Peter Norman, Tommie Smith and John Carlos)

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October 15, 2014

Common Talks: J Dilla, Kanye West and No I.D. | Hard Knock TV

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