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  1. A. A. Birch, Jr.

    A. A. Birch, Jr.

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    American lawyer and Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court

  2. A. B. Spellman

    A. B. Spellman

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    American poet

  3. A. P. Tureaud

    A. P. Tureaud

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    American lawyer

  4. Abraham Lincoln DeMond

    Abraham Lincoln DeMond

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    Reverend Abraham Lincoln DeMond (born 1867, Seneca, New York) was an advocate for African-American emancipation. He wrote the famous oration The Negro Element in American Life, which is his only known publication. DeMond was a well-recognized African-American minister in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was the first black graduate of the State Normal School at Cortland, New York, and later studied theology at Howard University. DeMond served as a pastor in Fort Payne, Alabama, Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, Plymouth Congregational Church of Charleston, South Carolina, the First Congregational Church of Buxton, Iowa, and the First Congregational Church of New Orleans.


  5. Adam Clayton Powell IV (politician)

    Adam Clayton Powell IV (politician)

    6 views
    American politician

  6. Adrian Fenty

    Adrian Fenty

    76 views
    Mayor of the District of Columbia

  7. Aida Muluneh

    Aida Muluneh

    6 views
    Photographer and artist

  8. Aisha N. Braveboy

    Aisha N. Braveboy

    5 views
    American politician

  9. Al Johnson (musician)

    Al Johnson (musician)

    4 views
    American singer

  10. Alan Shorter

    Alan Shorter

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    American musician

  11. Albert Wynn

    Albert Wynn

    14 views
    Cook Islands politician

  12. Albert Wynn

    Albert Wynn

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    American politician

  13. Alcee Hastings

    Alcee Hastings

    10 views
    United States federal judge

  14. Alice Murray

    Alice Murray

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    Alice P. Murray was one of seven sophomore founders of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, the first sorority founded by African American women, on January 15, 1908. The sorority was important for supporting women in college, career and community life in a heavily segregated society. Her legacy in creating the sorority has been an organization that has generated social capital for nearly 100 years.


  15. Alma Thomas

    Alma Thomas

    46 views
    Expressionist painter and art educator

  16. Alonzo Clifton McClennan

    Alonzo Clifton McClennan

    0 views
    Physician

  17. Alton H. Maddox, Jr.

    Alton H. Maddox, Jr.

    14 views
    American lawyer

  18. Ambre Anderson

    Ambre Anderson

    132 views
    American, Model

  19. Amin Joseph

    Amin Joseph

    769 views
    American actor

  20. Amiri Baraka

    Amiri Baraka

    782 views
    Poet, playwright, critic, activist

  21. Ananda Lewis

    Ananda Lewis

    54,897 views
    American, Video Jockey

  22. Andrés Thomas Conteris

    Andrés Thomas Conteris

    1 view

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  23. Andrew Carn

    Andrew Carn

    5 views
    American politician

  24. Andrew Young

    Andrew Young

    2,202 views
    American diplomat

  25. Andy Shallal

    Andy Shallal

    3 views
    Iraqi-American businessman, artist and activist

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