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Names all famous black people from 1930?
Here are a few: * W.E.B. Dubois (activist) * Frederick Douglass (abolitionist, politican, activist) * B.K. Bruce (senator) * Booker T. Washington (educator) * H…arriet Tubman (abolitionist, activist) * George Washington Carver (scientist)
Hitler and Stalin come to mind. Oh yeah, and that old geezer in the wheel chair. Forgot his name.
Amelia Earhart (pilot), Charles Lindbergh (pilot), James Stewart (Actor), Clark Gable (Actor), Judy Garland (Actor & Singer), Mickey Rooney (Actor), Charles Chaplin (Actor & F…ilm Director), Franklin Roosevelt (U.S. President), Jesse Owens (Olympic Runner), Babe Ruth (Baseball Player), Lou Gehrig (Baseball Player), Gary Cooper (Actor), Spencer Tracy (Actor), Henry Ford (Auto Magnate), Katharine Hepburn (Actress), Bette Davis (Actress).
Hank Aaron, baseball HOFArthur Ashe, tennis championMaya Angelo, poetArthur Ashe, tennis proDebbie Allan, dancer, actressJohn Amos, actorCorbin Bleu, actorKobe Bryant, NBA sta…rJames Brown, singerLaVar Burton, actorLisa Bonet, actressChris Brown, actor, comedianAngela Basset, actressCharles Barkley, retired NBA playerKobe Bryant, NBA starHalle Barry, actressTyra Banks, modelAnita Baker, singerBill Cosby, actor, comedianDiane Carroll, actressRay Charles, singerClarence Clemmens (Springsteen's sax player)Randall Cunningham, NFL QBDante Cullpepper, NFL QBNatalie Cole, singerNat King Cole, singerTony Dungee, NFL coach, Colts, super bowl winnerGail Devers, US track starDr. Dre, singerFats Domino, singerMorgan Freeman, actorAretha Franklin, "The Queen of Soul"Whoopi Goldberg, actressWhitney Houston, singerGregory Hines, actorLester Holt, NBC weekend newsAlex Haley, author, "Roots"Jimmy Hendrix, singerAlan Iverson, NBA starIce T, actorJames Earl Jones, actorJackie Joyner Kerse, US track starMagic Johnson, NBA starKareem Abdul Jabar, NBA starLeBron James, NBA starQuincey Jones, music producerRandy Jackson, Idol judgeJesse Jackson, civil rights activistRick James, singer, disco eraSamuel L. Jackson, actorMichael Jackson, "The King of Pop"Janet Jackson, singer, performerMichael Jordan, NBA superstarMichael Johnson, US track starAl Jarreau, jazz singerBeyonce Knowles, singerAlicia Keyes, singerB.B. King, blues singerMartin Luther King Jr., civil rights activistPatti LaBelle, singerCarl Lewis, US track starLittle Richard, singerSpike Lee, film directorLisa Leslie, WNBA starPatti LeBelle, singerTone Loc, singerToni Morrison, authorEddie Murphy, actor, comedianWarren Moon, NFL QB (retired)Karl Malone "The Mailman", NBA starAdrian Peterson, Vickings running backBarack Obama, US presidentMichelle Obama, First LadyShaquille O'Neil, NBA starSidney Poitier, actorScotty Pippen, former Chicago BullRhianna, singerDella Reese, actress, "Touched By an Angel"Darius Rucker, singerSmokey Robinson, singer, producerDiana Ross, singerChris Rock, actor, comedianDennis Rodman, former Chicago BullCondaleeza Rice, former US Secretary of StateEsther Rolle, actress, 70's series, "Good Times"Jackie Robinson, Major League BaseballLou Rawls, singerLionel Richie, singerShakira, singerDonna Summer, singer disco eraSterling Sharpe, former GreenBay Packer wide receiver, now sports analystShannon Sharpe, former Bronco, now sports analystLovie Smith, NFL Chicago Bears head coachBoz Skaggs, singerWill Smith, actorSinbad, comedianJada Pinkett Smith, actressColin Powell, US military and former cabinet member, authorCisley Tyson, actressIsiah Thomas, NBA starTina Turner, singerClarence Thomas, US Supreme Court JudgeMichael Vick, NFL QB, EaglesBen Vereen, dancer, actorOprah Wifrey, talk show hostTiger Woods, pro golferDenzel Washington, actorReggie White, NFL Hall of Fame, # 92, Packers, super bowl winVanessa Williams, singer, modelVenus Williams, tennis champSerina Williams, tennis champPaul Winfield, actorForest Whitaker, actorMaxine Waters, US CongresswomanDenzel Washington, actorGrover Washington, muscian, singerStevie Wonder, singer, songwriterForrest Whittaker, actor
blacks and white were completely separated. in the early 1600 black people were brought over to America to serve as slaves and the conditions were terrible. butt things didn't… get much better blacks were restricted from things every one should have such as voting. they were made to use different cubicles and go to different schools and could only have certain seats on a bus. they were treated as scum or lower life and called things such as Negros or colored were being beaten and hung purely for the fact of there skin color. one picture shows a black man being hung and the audience were full of white people laughing and hangings like these where treated as a social event.
John Wayne, Charles M Schultz ANS 2 - John Lennon Liverpool Airport. ( Famous singer) George Best, Belfast (famous soccer player) O'Hare, Chicago. ( US Navy first 'ace' pilot… of WW2) Leonardo Da Vinci, Rome. (inventor par excellence) Charles De Gaulle, Paris. (French Prime Minister) General Mitchell, Milwaukee. (Famous Airman ) D F Malan, Capetown RSA. (famous soldier) Wiley Post- Will Rogers Memorial Airport, Alaska. (Famous pilot & entertainer) Abraham Lincoln airport, Springfield, Illinois. Bob Hope Airport, Cal. (famous entertainer, esp of US troops overseas) Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma. (famous entertainer) JFK International, New York. Gerald R Ford International, Mich. George Bush Airport, Texas Ronald Regan International, Virginia. Dulles International, Washington DC. Louis Armstrong International, New Orleans. (famous musician) Rick Husband International, Amarillo, Texas (Astronaut from there ) Arnold Palmer Airport, Penn. (famous golfer) King Khalid International, Saudi Arabia. - - - - - - Well, that's most of what comes to mind immediately -I believe that's about 20 and I could go on to at least 35, but that'll do for now !
Biggie, Tupac, Michael Jackson.....sort of.
Harriet Tubman, Fredrick Douglass, Martin Luther King, and Barack Obama.
black people were treated as a lesser race and treated unfairly and acused of crime but they were inocent.
Black people had no respect from white folk and that was very wrong. Some things were that black people had to go to separate schools, they had to stand at the back of the bus…, they had separate water fountains called "coloured fountain" and "black water fountain" for the black people the water wouldn't be really clean. This was all very cruel and Martin Luther King Jr. stopped it peacefully by protesting against it.
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Lovie Smith, NFL head coach, Chicago BearsLaBron James, NBA star, Cleveland CaviliersLionel Richie, singerLeslie Ugghams, actressLaToya Jackson, sister, Michael JacksonLouis G…osset Jr., actorLisa Leslie, WNBA, Los Angeles sparksLe Var Burton, actor, "Roots" miniseries and PBS's "Reading Rainbow"Lester Holt, NBC Weekend Today Show anchorLouis Armstrong, jazz trumpet playerLangston Hughes, poet and writerLennie Kravitz, singerLee Elder, first African American golfer to play in the Masters TournamentLisa Gay Hamilton, actressLudacris, singerLauryn Hill, lead singer, "The Fugees"Larry Doby, first black American to play in baseball's American League, HOF 1998'Lil Romeo, singerLuther Vandross, singerLarry Holmes, heavy weight boxing champion, 1978-1985'Lil Wayne, singer'Lil Kim, singerLeroy Burrell, track and field championLou Brock, baseball Hall of Famer, St. LouisLena Horne, singer, actress, dancerLee Calhoun, won consecutive gold medals, track and fieldLorraine Hansberry, American playwrightLetrell Spreewell, NBA starLawrence Taylor, aka "L.T.", elected to NFL Hall of Fame, 1999Lenny Wilkins, baseball Hall of Famer as both a player and coachLeon Spinks, boxerLynn Swann, NFL 9 seasons with Steelers
Charles Lindbergh, Herbert Hoover, Mary Mcleod Bethune, Shirley Temple, W.C. Fields, Henry Ford, Clark Gable, Hattie McDaniel, Arizona Clark(Ma Barker), Jesse Owens and Albert… Anastasia.
Neil Armstrong (1930-2012) and Elvis Presly (1935-1977)
Famous African Americans First names beginning with F: Florence Griffith-Joyner, olympic gold medalist, track/fieldFelicia Rashhad, actressFlip Wilson, comedianForest Whitta…ker, actorFrederick Douglass, American abolitionistFreddy Adu, Ghanian-American soccer starFoxy Brown, rap artist Last names beginning with F: Aretha Franklin, singer, "The Queen of Soul"Morgan Freeman, actorJaime Foxx, actorElla Fitzgerald, jazz singerPrince Fielder, Milwaukee Brewers third baseman and power hitterCecil Fielder, father of Prince, also a MLB stand outGeorge Foreman, professional boxerLawrence Fishburne, actorLouis Farrakhan, former Nation of Islam leaderJoe Frazier, boxer, heavy weight champion 1964Walt Frazier, NBA champion,, (1970's)