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Beethoven, the Most Famous Classical Musician of All Time, Was... a Black Man!

Beethoven, the Most Famous Classical Musician of All Time, Was... a Black Man!

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Ludwig Van Beethoven is arguably the most famous and well known classical musician and composer in all of history, but his true identity and ethnicity has been a falsehood and obscurity for many, many years. Society has depicted him as a white male with either blonde or brunette colored hair, being shown in drawings, paintings, and illustrations all over the world.


But in reality, Beethoven was labeled by many as a “Mulatto”, or “Black Spaniard”. But why? Well, according to Gabriel Scott, historian and author...


The First Black Electrical Engineer Who Owned More Than 60 Patents

The First Black Electrical Engineer Who Owned More Than 60 Patents

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Granville Tailer Woods was the first African-American to become a mechanical and electrical engineer. He was also an inventor who held more than 60 patents.


Born on April 23, 1856 in Columbus, Ohio to poor parents, his family could not initially afford to send him to college. But he still was able to the needed skills to become a machinist and blacksmith when he worked as an apprentice in a local machine shop.

Later, he was able to attend college and studied mechanical and...


The First African American Woman to Become a Pilot For a Major U.S. Airline

The First African American Woman to Become a Pilot For a Major U.S. Airline

  Jill E. Brown-Hiltz, first Black woman pilot at a major airline

In 1978 , Jill E. Brown-Hiltz was hired as a pilot for Texas International Airlines, making her the first African American woman pilot at a major airline. But it didn't always look like her dreams would come true. Growing up in Baltimore, Maryland, she always wanted to fly more than anything else but she ended up graduating with a degree in Home Economics and began teaching.

During the attack on Pearl Harbor, this black sailor broke all the rules to save lives.

During the attack on Pearl Harbor, this black sailor broke all the rules to save lives.

When the attack on Pearl Harbor began, Doris "Dorie" Miller was working laundry duty on the USS West Virginia.
He'd enlisted in the Navy at age 19 to explore life outside of Waco, Texas, and to make some extra money for his family. But the Navy was segregated at the time, so Miller, an African-American, and other sailors of color like him weren't allowed to serve in combat positions. Instead, they worked as cooks, stewards, cabin boys, and mess attendants. They received no weapons training and were prohibited from firing guns.

As the first torpedoes fell, Dorie Miller had an impossible choice:...


Who was Jimmy "Super Rhymes" Spicer

Who was  Jimmy "Super Rhymes" Spicer

Who is : Jimmy "Super Rhymes" Spicer 

James Bromley Spicer was an American hip hop recording artist who released a number of old school rap singles during the late 1970s and early 1980s including the old school tap classic "Dollar Bill Y'all," for which he was perhaps best known. Spicer was managed by Russell Simmons' Rush Management.  

Hip Hop pioneer Jimmy “Super Rhymes” Spicer has lost his battle with cancer. According to veteran New York City promoter Van Silk, he passed away on Friday (September 27) afternoon.