Today In History We Honor Arthur Ashe
‘Arthur Ashe was a top ranked tennis player in the 1960s and 70s. Raised in the segregated South, he was the first African-American male tennis player to win a Grand Slam tournament. He was much more than an athlete though. His commitment to social justice, health and humanitarian issues left a mark on the world as indelible as his tennis was on the court.’
(photo: Arthur Ashe)
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July 12, 2014

Today In History We Honor Arthur Ashe

‘Arthur Ashe was a top ranked tennis player in the 1960s and 70s. Raised in the segregated South, he was the first African-American male tennis player to win a Grand Slam tournament. He was much more than an athlete though. His commitment to social justice, health and humanitarian issues left a mark on the world as indelible as his tennis was on the court.’

(photo: Arthur Ashe)

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July 11, 2014 mrhare.com

The Creative Class #3 | Marc Hare

Marc Hare is a British designer who runs the eponymous English shoe label. After being inspired in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Spain, his first designs landed in stores in 2009.

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Today In History
‘Edward W. Brooke, III, received the 52nd NAACP Spingarn Medal on this date July 11, 1967 for his distinguished career as a public servant, upholding the prestige and image of his race and country.’
(photo: Eward W. Brooke, lll)
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July 11, 2014

Today In History

‘Edward W. Brooke, III, received the 52nd NAACP Spingarn Medal on this date July 11, 1967 for his distinguished career as a public servant, upholding the prestige and image of his race and country.’

(photo: Eward W. Brooke, lll)

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‘Mary McLeod Bethune, educator, civil rights leader, and founder of Bethune-Cookman College and the National Council of Negro Women, was born in Mayesville, SC, on this date July 10, 1875. Bethune was honored with the unveiling of a National Monument on the grounds of the Capitol in Washington, DC, on this date in 1974.’
(photo: Mary McLeod Bethune)
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July 10, 2014

‘Mary McLeod Bethune, educator, civil rights leader, and founder of Bethune-Cookman College and the National Council of Negro Women, was born in Mayesville, SC, on this date July 10, 1875. Bethune was honored with the unveiling of a National Monument on the grounds of the Capitol in Washington, DC, on this date in 1974.’

(photo: Mary McLeod Bethune)

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July 10, 2014

JIMI: All Is By My Side | Trailer

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July 9, 2014

OBEY | CHARLESTON, SC

Shepard Fairey first major exhibition “POWER & GLORY” in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina at The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.

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Today In History
‘Percy E. Sutton, public servant, businessman, and community leader, received the 72nd NAACP Spingarn Medal on this date July 9, 1987 for his success as a New York State Legislator, 12-year Manhattan Borough President, and for building a national broadcast empire.’
(photo: Percy E. Sutton)
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July 9, 2014

Today In History

‘Percy E. Sutton, public servant, businessman, and community leader, received the 72nd NAACP Spingarn Medal on this date July 9, 1987 for his success as a New York State Legislator, 12-year Manhattan Borough President, and for building a national broadcast empire.’

(photo: Percy E. Sutton)

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July 8, 2014

CARTER™ Magazine | Transcending Culture By Staying Conntected

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Today In History
'Venus Williams defeated Lindsey Davenport 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) to win her first Wimbledon women's singles tournament on this date July 8, 2000. This win was Williams' first grand slam title.'
(photo: Venus Williams)
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July 8, 2014

Today In History

'Venus Williams defeated Lindsey Davenport 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) to win her first Wimbledon women's singles tournament on this date July 8, 2000. This win was Williams' first grand slam title.'

(photo: Venus Williams)

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July 7, 2014

Damon Dash Intervew w/ Redman

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