Today In History
'Ossie Davis opened Purlie Victorious (a farce) on Broadway on this date September 28, 1961.'
(photo: Ossie Davis)
- CARTER Magazine
September 28, 2014

Today In History

'Ossie Davis opened Purlie Victorious (a farce) on Broadway on this date September 28, 1961.'

(photo: Ossie Davis)

- CARTER Magazine

Start where you are… Use what you have… Do what you can. - Arthur Ashe #arthurashe | Morning Motivation… | CARTER™ (at www.carter-mag.com)
September 27, 2014

Start where you are… Use what you have… Do what you can. - Arthur Ashe #arthurashe | Morning Motivation… | CARTER™ (at www.carter-mag.com)

Today In History
'William Christopher Handy, “Father of the Blues,” revolutionized the music world by publishing the “Memphis Blues,” the first recorded Blues song, on this date September 27, 1912.'
(photo: William Christopher Handy)
- CARTER Magazine
September 27, 2014

Today In History

'William Christopher Handy, “Father of the Blues,” revolutionized the music world by publishing the “Memphis Blues,” the first recorded Blues song, on this date September 27, 1912.'

(photo: William Christopher Handy)

- CARTER Magazine

Today In History We Honor Paul Robeson
'Son of an escaped slave, Paul Robeson is an African-American singer, athlete, actor and political activist. Robeson rejected a career as an athlete and enrolled in Columbia University where he pursued acting. In 1930, he was the first black actor to portray Shakespeare's Othello in an all-white cast. He rose to prominence in a time when segregation was legal in the United States, and Black people were being lynched by racist mobs, especially in the South.’
(photo: Paul Robeson)
- CARTER Magazine
September 26, 2014

Today In History We Honor Paul Robeson

'Son of an escaped slave, Paul Robeson is an African-American singer, athlete, actor and political activist. Robeson rejected a career as an athlete and enrolled in Columbia University where he pursued acting. In 1930, he was the first black actor to portray Shakespeare's Othello in an all-white cast. He rose to prominence in a time when segregation was legal in the United States, and Black people were being lynched by racist mobs, especially in the South.’

(photo: Paul Robeson)

- CARTER Magazine

Grand Opening! Grand Closing! #2 #respect #derekjeter | CARTER™ (at www.carter-mag.com)
September 25, 2014

Grand Opening! Grand Closing! #2 #respect #derekjeter | CARTER™ (at www.carter-mag.com)

There’s so many great memories you gave me as a Yankee fan… From dealing with the emotional roller-coaster as a fan during the 80s, to being dedicated to achieving the reward of a dynasty when you arrived. I’m grateful and thankful for your play on and off the field… Your career and life will be embedded next to the pinstripe surrounding my heart… #2 #respect #derekjeter | CARTER™  (at www.carter-mag.com)
September 25, 2014

There’s so many great memories you gave me as a Yankee fan… From dealing with the emotional roller-coaster as a fan during the 80s, to being dedicated to achieving the reward of a dynasty when you arrived. I’m grateful and thankful for your play on and off the field… Your career and life will be embedded next to the pinstripe surrounding my heart… #2 #respect #derekjeter | CARTER™ (at www.carter-mag.com)

Today In History We Honor Dorothy Dandridge
'Dorothy Dandridge was an American actress and popular singer, and was the first African American to be nominated for an Academy Award for best actress. Dorothy sang at Harlem's Cotton Club and Apollo Theater.'
(photo: Dorothy Dandridge)
- CARTER Magazine
September 25, 2014

Today In History We Honor Dorothy Dandridge

'Dorothy Dandridge was an American actress and popular singer, and was the first African American to be nominated for an Academy Award for best actress. Dorothy sang at Harlem's Cotton Club and Apollo Theater.'

(photo: Dorothy Dandridge)

- CARTER Magazine

September 24, 2014

'If You Don't Know, Now You Know': The Stories of The Notorious B.I.G. | NPR

- CARTER Magazine

Today In History
'Edward Franklin Frazier, sociologist, historian, and author of Black Bourgeoisie (a book that criticizes the Black middle class for isolating themselves from poor Blacks), was born in Baltimore, MD, on this date September 24, 1894.'
(photo: Edward Franklin Frazier)
- CARTER Magazine
September 24, 2014

Today In History

'Edward Franklin Frazier, sociologist, historian, and author of Black Bourgeoisie (a book that criticizes the Black middle class for isolating themselves from poor Blacks), was born in Baltimore, MD, on this date September 24, 1894.'

(photo: Edward Franklin Frazier)

- CARTER Magazine

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