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Atlanta Race Riot, 1906 The Atlanta race riot took place Sept. 22-24, 1906. The Georgia city had become a hub for the regional economy. The growth of the Black population reflected this economic opportunity, growing from 9,000 in 1880 to 35,000 by 1900. This growth pitted Blacks and whites against each other, competing for scarce jobs. As the Black […]
Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI pray together in front of the Black Madonna Pope John Paul II visited Angola and prayed to a Black Jesus.
Singer Janet Jackson converted to Islam in 2012. Rapper Snoop Dogg became a Muslim in 2009.
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Samuel L. Jackson When asked if he thought his talents were God-given, the actor replied: “No, because I work at it. I still learn; I read.” Chris Rock “A Black Christian is like a Black person with no memory,” the comedian said.
Kenneth C. Frazier, Merck & Co. The Philadelphia native became the chairman and CEO of the nation’s third-biggest drug manufacturer in 2011. In 2013, Merck grossed $44 billion in revenues. Ronald Hall Sr., Bridgewater Interiors Since its 1998 inception, Bridgewater has been one of the nation’s leading auto parts suppliers. Bridgewater enjoyed $1.6 billion in revenues in 2011.