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Today is Tuesday, March 28th, the 87th day of the year.  There 278

days remaining until the end of the year.

Byron Scott

Byron Scott

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Workers Month, Colon Cancer Awareness Month,

Something on a Stick Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Bernice King

Bernice King

Harvey Glance, 60, track star

Byron Scott, 56, basketball player/coach

Bernice King, 54, minister (daughter of Martin Luther King Jr.)

Cheryl James, 51, rapper (Salt-N-Pepa)

Mr. Cheeks, 46, rapper (Lost Boyz)

Wesley Person, 46, basketball player

Cheryl "Salt" James

Cheryl “Salt” James

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Milan Williams, 69, keyboardist (The Commodores) (d. 2006)

DEATHS

W.C. Handy, 1958, jazz trumpeter (b. 1873)

Jesse Owens, 1980, Olympic track legend (b. 1914)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1796 – Bethel African Methodist Church of Philadelphia is the

Milan Williams

Milan Williams

first U.S. African church.

1799 – New York state abolished slavery.

1804 – Ohio passed law restricting the movement of Blacks.

1870 – Jonathan S. Wright becomes the first Black Supreme

Court justice in South Carolina.

Jesse Owens

Jesse Owens

1925 – Poet, Countee Cullen wins Phi Beta Kappa honors at

New York University.

1972 – Wilt Chamberlain plays his last pro basketball game.

1990 – Pres. George H.W. Bush posthumously awards Jesse

Owens the Congressional Gold Medal.

Wilt Chamberlain

Wilt Chamberlain

1990 – Michael Jordan scores 69 points, 4th time he scores

60 points in a game.

1991 – Mike Tyson admits paternity to Kimberly Scarborough’s

son.

HOROSCOPE

The Aries is under the planetary rule of Mars and as you were born in the first Decan, or part, of the sign, Mars lends you twice its influence. Being the planet of assertiveness, the influence of Mars is reflected in your action, vigor and courage. Your unique planetary influence makes you the most dominant and aggressive of all the Aries Decans. You are never satisfied with your current level of success and actively seek out new challenges to overcome. While this quality gives you limitless potential, it can become detrimental if you rush into things too hastily. Finding patience will be one of your most notable challenges, but it is one well-worth conquering. In love, find a partner that shares in your passion and energy, as this pairing will bring you the most excitement and happiness.

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CMN Almanac

Art Evans

Art Evans

Today is Monday,  March 27th, the 86th day of the year.  There are 279

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, Women’s History

Month, Social Workers Month, Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Today is Easter Sunday

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Randall Cunningham

Randall Cunningham

Art Evans, 75, actor

Randall Cunningham, 54, football player

Ed Pinkney, 54, basketball player

Mariah Carey, 47, singer

Danny Fortson, 41, basketball player

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Harold Nicholas, 96, dancer/actor (d. 2000)

Sarah Vaughn, 93, jazz singer (d. 1990)

DEATHS

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1501 – Black seamen, soldiers and explorers land in America

Sarah Vaughn

Sarah Vaughn

with the Spanish.

1513 – Spaniard Juan Ponce De Leon discovers Florida.

1866 – Pres. Johnson vetoes civil rights bill; it  later becomes

the 14th amendment.

1930 – Of the 116,000 African Americans in professional

Joe Louis

Joe Louis

positions, more than two thirds were teachers or ministers.

1941 – Joe Louis KOs Abe Simon in 6 rounds to retain the

heavyweight boxing title.

1945 – Ella Fitgerald and the Delta Rhythm Boys record “It’s

Only A Paper Moon”.

1961 – Black demonstrators in Charleston staged ride-ins on

Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald

street cars.

1962 – Archbishop Rummel ends race segregation in New

Orleans Catholic schools.

1969 – Black Academy of Arts & Letters forms in Boston.

1972 – “Soledad Bros.” acquitted by an all-white jury.

1985 – Billy Dee Williams receives a star on the Hollywood

Billy Dee Williams

Billy Dee Williams

Walk of Fame.

1989 – 1st half-black soap opera, “Generations” premieres on

NBC-TV.

1997 – Martin Luther King’s son meets with James Earl Ray,

his father’s assassin.

1998 – The Food and Drug Administration approves Viagra

for use as a treatment for male impotence.

HOROSCOPE

Your sign’s elemental pair is fire and in fact, you have the only fundamental connection with the element. Your special connection with fire gives your personality of a spontaneous flame, which explains why you are such a self-starter. Although fire’s influence also gives you leadership qualities, its main influence can be found in your passion. When you are met with a challenge you feel is worthwhile, your fire burns with fortitude and determination. Embracing fire’s positive influences will be one of your greatest strengths, but be weary of the impatience that plagues all fire signs.

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Today is Sunday, March 26th, the 85th day of the year.  There are 280

days remaining until the end of the year.

Diana Ross

Diana Ross

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Workers Month, Colon Cancer Awareness Month,

National Spinach Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Wayne Embry, 80, basketball player/NBA executive

Ernest Thomas

Ernest Thomas

Diana Ross, 73, singer

Marcus Allen, 67, football player

Ernest Lee Thomas, 67, actor

Ellia English, 56, actress

Marshall Faulk, 44, football player

Jermichael Finley, 30, football player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Teddy Pendergrass

Teddy Pendergrass

Rufus Thomas, 100, singer (d. 2001)

Teddy Pendergrass, 66, singer (d. 2010)

DEATHS

Richard Allen, 1831, AME Church founder (b. 1760)

Augusta Savage, 1962, sculptor (b. 1890)

Richard Allen

Richard Allen

Sekou Toure, 1984, 1st Pres. of Ghana (b. 1922)

Easy E, 1995, rapper (N.W.A.) (b. 1963)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1812 – A political cartoon in the Boston Gazette coins the

term “gerrymander” to describe oddly shaped electoral

Easy E

Easy E

districts designed to help incumbents win reelection.

1863 – Voters in Virginia approve gradual emancipation

of slaves.

1937 – William H. Hastie becomes the 1st Black federal

judge.

1945 – World War II: The Battle of Iwo Jima ends as the

George Foreman

George Foreman

island is officially secured by American forces.

1974 – George Foreman TKOs Ken Norton in 2 rounds

to win the heavyweight title in Caracas, Venezuela.

1982 – Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder release “Ebony &

Ivory” in the UK.

Morgan Freeman

Morgan Freeman

1982 – A groundbreaking ceremony for the Vietnam

Veterans Memorial is held in Washington, D.C.

1990 – 62nd Academy Awards: Driving Miss Daisy starring

Morgan Freeman wins.

1992 – Mike Tyson sentenced to 10 years for rape of Desiree

Stevie Wonder & Paul McCartney

Stevie Wonder & Paul McCartney

Washington.

1999 – A jury in Michigan finds Dr. Jack Kervorkian

guilty of second-degree murder for administering a

lethal injection to a terminally ill man.

HOROSCOPE

Your sign’s elemental pair is fire and in fact, you have the only fundamental connection with the element. Your special connection with fire gives your personality of a spontaneous flame, which explains why you are such a self-starter. Although fire’s influence also gives you leadership qualities, its main influence can be found in your passion. When you are met with a challenge you feel is worthwhile, your fire burns with fortitude and determination. Embracing fire’s positive influences will be one of your greatest strengths, but be weary of the impatience that plagues all fire signs.

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Today is Saturday, March 25th, the 84th day of the year.  There are 281

days remaining until the end of the year.

Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Workers Month, Colon Cancer Awareness Month,

Pecan Day, Waffle Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Elton John

Elton John

Aretha Franklin, 75, singer

Elton John, 70, singer

James McDaniel, 58, actor (NYPD Blue)

Haywood Nelson, 57, actor (What’s Happenin’)

Avery Johnson, 52, basketball player/coach

Debbi Thomas, 50, figure skater

Debi Thomas

Debi Thomas

Dale Davis, 48, basketball player

Sheryl Swoopes, 45, basketball player

Lark Vorhees, 42, actress

Las Alonso, 42, actor

Juvenile, 41, rapper

Kyle Lowry, 31, basketball player

Big Sean, 28, rapper

James McDaniel

James McDaniel

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Pete Johnson, 113, pianist (d. 1967)

DEATHS

Ida B. Wells-Barnett, 1931, journalist/activist (b. 1862)

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY

31-1st Easter, according to calendar-maker Dionysius

Exiguus.

Juvenile

Juvenile

1807 – The Slave Trade Act becomes law, abolishing the

slave trade in the British Empire.

1931 – The Scottsboro Boys are arrested in Alabama and

charged with rape.

1954 – RCA manufactures the 1st color TV set (12 1/2″

Robin Givens & Mike Tyson

Robin Givens & Mike Tyson

screen at $1,000.00)

1958 – Sugar Ray Robinson is the first boxing champ to

win 5 times.

1965 – Civil Rights activists led by Martin Luther King Jr.

successfully complete their 4-day 50-mile march from

Luther Vandross

Luther Vandross

Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.

1966 – U.S. Supreme Court rules “poll tax” unconstitutional.

1979 – The first fully functional space shuttle orbiter,

Columbia, is delivered to the John F. Kennedy Space

Center to be prepared for its first launch.

1987 – Supreme Court rules women and minorities may

get jobs if less qualified.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

1988 – Robin Givens demands full access to husband

Mike Tyson’s money.

1995 – Boxer Mike Tyson released from jail after serving

3 years.

1999 – 13th Soul Train Music Awards: Luther Vandross,

Lauryn Hill & R. Kelly win.

2013 – Golfer Tiger Woods returns to his world number

one ranking.

HOROSCOPE

Being an Aries born on March 24th, your personality is defined by your energy and passion. While others struggle to motivate themselves, you have never had a problem with finding passion. If you believe something to be worthwhile, you will dedicate any amount of effort to accomplish your goals. Your coworkers, peers, friends and family admire this fact, which explains why they follow your lead. You may be surprised to realize that you are considered a natural leader.

 

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Today is Friday, March 24th, the 83rd day of the year. There are 282

Star Jones

Star Jones

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Workers Month, National Chocolate Covered

Raisins Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Chris Bosh

Chris Bosh

Lee Oskar, 71, harmonica player (War)

Renaldo Nehemiah, 58, hurdler/football player

Star Jones, 55, attorney/TV hostess

Nivea, 35, singer

T. J. Ford, 34, basketball player

Chris Bosh, 33, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Sugar Ray Robinson

Sugar Ray Robinson

Dorothy Height, 105, civil rights/women’s rights activist (d. 2010)

Billy Stewart, 80, singer (I Do Love You) (d. 1970)

DEATHS

ON THIS DATE IN…

1837 – Canada gives Blacks the right to vote.

1890 – Lewis Latimer received a patent for a locking rack for hats, coats

and umbrellas.

Luther Vandross

Luther Vandross

1931 – Scottsboro Boys (accused of raping a white woman) arrested in

Alabama.

1958 – Sugar Ray Robinson is 1st boxing champ to win 5 times.

1965 – Martin Luther Jr. led 25,000 to state capitol in Montgomery, Al.

1966 – U.S. Supreme court rules “poll tax” unconstitutional.

1987 – Supreme Court rules upholds affirmative action.

1988 – Robin Givens demands full access to husband Mike Tyson’s money.

Halle Berry

Halle Berry

1995 – Boxer Mike Tyson released from jail after serving 3 years.

1999 – 13th Soul Train Music Awards: Luther Vandross, R. Kelly & Lauryn

Hill win.

2002 – Halle Berry became the 1st Black woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress.

2013 – Golfer Tiger Woods returns to his world number one ranking.

HOROSCOPE

Being an Aries born on March 24th, your personality is defined by your energy and passion. While others struggle to motivate themselves, you have never had a problem with finding passion. If you believe something to be worthwhile, you will dedicate any amount of effort to accomplish your goals. Your coworkers, peers, friends and family admire this fact, which explains why they follow your lead. You may be surprised to realize that you are considered a natural leader.

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Today is Thursday, March 23rd, the 82nd day of the year. There are 283

Chaka Khan

Chaka Khan

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National

Women’s History Month, Social Workers Month, National Chip

and Dip Day, Near Miss Day

Moses Malone

Moses Malone

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Chaka Khan, 64, singer (Rufus-I am Every Woman)

Demetrius DuBose, 46, football player

Reggie Watts, 45, comedian

Jason Kidd, 43, basketball player/coach

Patricia Roberts-Harris

Patricia Roberts-Harris

Brandon Marshall, 33, football player

Maurice Jones-Drew, 32, football player

Mike Will, 38, music producer

Kyrie Irving, 25, basketball player

Vanessa Morgan, 25, actress

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Maynard Jackson, 79, politician (d. 2003)

Moses Malone, 63, Hall of Fame basketball player (d. 2016)

Marcus Garvey

Marcus Garvey

DEATHS

Patricia Roberts Harris, 1985, Sec. of H.U.D. (Rep-D) (b. 1925)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1867 – Congress passes 2nd Reconstruction Act over President Andrew

Johnson’s veto.

1916 – Marcus Moriah Garvey arrives in America from Jamaica.

Larry Holmes

Larry Holmes

1968 – Rev. Walter Fauntroy, is 1st non-voting congressional delegate

from D.C.

1979 –Larry Holmes TKOs Osvaldo Ocasio in 7 for heavyweight

boxing title.

HOROSCOPE

As an Aries born on March 23rd, you have a truly passionate and enthusiastic personality. Your friends and family would be the first to attest to your passion. If something strikes your interest or is a challenge you feel to be worthwhile, there is nothing that can stand in the way of what you wish to accomplish. The energy that you display in your personal matters is appealing to those around, which explains why you have so many followers. Whether or not your realize it, you are a natural leader.

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Today is Wednesday, March 22nd,  the 81st day of the year . There are 284

George Benson

George Benson

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Workers Month, National Goof Off Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

George Benson, 73, jazz singer/guitarist

Stephanie Mills

Stephanie Mills

Charles “Chuck” Jackson, 73, singer (Independents)

Don Chaney, 71, basketball player/coach

Stephanie Mills, 60, singer/actress

Brian Shaw, 51, basketball player/coach

Russell Maryland, 48, football player

Marcus Camby, 43, basketball player

Kelly Shanygne Williams, 41, actress

Sammy Davis Jr.

Sammy Davis Jr.

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

DEATHS

ON THIS DATE IN…

1898 – J.W. Smith patents lawn sprinkler.

1956 – Musical “Mr Wonderful” with Sammy Davis Jr premieres in NYC.

1967 – Muhammad Ali KOs Zora Folley in 7 for heavyweight boxing title.

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

1968 – State troopers sent to put down a student rebellion on Cheney St.

College Campus.

1972 – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar named NBA MVP.

2011- Lawrence Taylor pleads guilty for misdemeanors of sexual

misconduct and is sentenced to six years probation.

HOROSCOPE

Being an Aries born on March 22nd, you are well known for your fiery and passionate personality. Whether it is work or play, you have a strong passion to be the best at whatever you do. In your mind, it would be easy to equate second place with failure. You apply the same energy and enthusiasm to your social and family life. Your friends and loved ones would be the first to admit that they would gladly follow your leadership any day.

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Today is Tuesday, March 21st,  the 80th day of the year. There are 285

Russell Thompkins Jr.

Russell Thompkins Jr.

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Worker’s Month, Fragrance Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Adrian Peterson

Adrian Peterson

Rosemary Stone, 72, singer/pianist (Sly & Family Stone)

Russell Thompkins Jr., 66, singer (Stylistics)

Sabrina Le Beauf, 60, actress (Sondra-Crosby Show)

Scott Williams, 49, basketball player

Yandy Smith, 34, reality star

Adrian Peterson, 32, football player

Soniqua Martin-Green, 32, actress

Al Freeman Jr.

Al Freeman Jr.

Diggy Simmons, 22, rapper

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Henry O. Flipper, 161, first African American West Point grad (d. 1940)

Drew Bundini Brown, 91, boxing coach (d. 1987)

Al Freeman Jr., 83, actor (d. 2012)

Solomon Burke, 77, singer (d. 2010)

DEATHS

Drew "Bundini" Brown

Drew “Bundini” Brown

Loleatta Holloway, 2011, singer (b. 1946)

Chinua Acheba, 2013, poet/novelist (b. 1931)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1492 – Alonzo Pietro, pilot, sailed with Columbus.

1788 – Olaudah Equiano, a freed slave, petitions King George III and

Queen Charlotte, to free enslaved Africans.

1941 – Joe Louis KOs Abe Simon in 13 for heavyweight boxing title.

Arthur Ashe

Arthur Ashe

1946 – Kenny Washington signs with Rams, 1st black NFLer since 1933.

1965 – Martin Luther King Jr. begins march from Selma to Montgomery,

Alabama.

1980 – On TV show Dallas, J.R. is shot.

1985 – Arthur Ashe is named to Intl Tennis Hall of Fame.

2006 – Twitter makes its first tweet.

HOROSCOPE

As an Aries born on March 21st, your personality is defined by your energy and passion. In all matters of life that you feel to be worthwhile, you display a great amount of enthusiasm. This quality allows you to realize that there are few things capable of derailing your success. Your friends and family admire your passion, which probably explains why they seem to openly follow your lead.

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Today is Monday, March 20th,  the 79th day of the year . There are 286

Spike Lee

Spike Lee

days remaining until the end of the year.  The first day of Spring!

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Workers Month, International Earth Day,

Extraterrestrial Abductions Day, Proposal Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Vanessa Bell Calloway

Vanessa Bell Calloway

Willie Brown, 83, politician

Spike Lee, 60, film director

Vanessa Bell Calloway, 60, actress

Rickey Jackson, 59, football player

Mookie Blaylock, 50, basketball player

Mannie Fresh, 48, music producer

Toure, 46, TV show host

Bianca Lawson, 38, actress

Dorothy Height

Dorothy Height

Daniel Dormier, 38, MMA fighter

Freema Agyeman, 38, actress

Jamal Crawford, 37, basketball player

Toby Love, 32, singer

Sloane Stephens, 24, tennis player

Zonnique Pullins, 21, singer

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

DEATHS

The O'Jays

The O’Jays

Marian Fleming Poe, 1974, activist (b. 1891)

George Howard, 1998, jazz saxophonist (b. 1956)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1852 – Harriett Beecher Stowe “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” published (Boston).

1912 – Dr. Carter G. Woodson receives doctorate from Harvard University.

1965 – Civil and Women’s Rights Activist Dorothy Height has her first

column published in the weekly African-American newspaper called

the “New York Amsterdam News”.

Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys

1967 – The Supremes release “The Happening”.

1973 – Roberto Clemente elected to Hall of Fame, 11 weeks after his death.

1976 – Patricia Hearst convicted of armed robbery.

1976 – Rubin “Hurricane” Carter released from prison.

1988 – Mike Tyson KOs Tony Tubbs in 2 for heavyweight boxing title.

1990 – L.A. Lakers retires Kareem Abdul-Jabbars #33.

1991 – Michael Jackson signs $65M 6 album deal with Sony records.

2000 – Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, a former Black Panther once known

R Kelly

R Kelly

as H. Rap Brown, is captured after a gun battle that leaves a Georgia

sheriff’s deputy dead.

2002 – 16th Soul Train Music Awards: The O’Jays, Dr. Dre & Alicia

Keyes wins.

2004 – 18th Soul Train Music Awards: R. Kelly, Janet Jackson,

Outkast & Beyoncé win.

HOROSCOPE

Being a Pisces born on March 20th, you are well known for your passionate and experimental nature. When you feel something is worthwhile, you do not hesitate to devote time and effort to pursuing it. You bring this same intensity to all matters of life, which is especially true for loved ones. Your family and friends always appreciate your dedication to their well being. While many people only stick to what is familiar, you love new experiences and situations. You believe that almost everything is worth trying once.

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Today is Sunday, March 19th, the 78th day of the year. There are 287

Ruth Pointer

Ruth Pointer

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Irish American Heritage Month,

Music in Our Schools Month, National Craft Month, Red Cross Month,

National Nutrition Month, National Peanut Month, National Women’s

History Month, Social Workers’ Month, Poultry Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Ruth Pointer, 71, singer (Pointer Sisters)

Bun B, 44, rapper

E.J. Manuel

E.J. Manuel

Antonio Daniels, 42, basketball player

Ahmad Bradshaw, 31, football player

E.J. Manuel, 27, football player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Jackie “Moms” Mabley, 123, comedienne (d. 1975)

DEATHS

Luther Ingram, 2007, singer/songwriter (b. 1937)

ON THIS DATE IN…

Jackie "Moms" Mabley

Jackie “Moms” Mabley

1794 – Jay’s Treaty goes into effect.

1872 – T.J. Boyd, inventor, is awarded patent for apparatus for detaching

horses from carriages.

1883 – Jan Matzeliger invents 1st machine to manufacture entire shoes.

1928 – “Amos & Andy” debuts on radio (NBC Blue Network-WMAQ Chicago).

1968 – Howard University students seize administration building.

Jan Mazeliger

Jan Mazeliger

1971 – The Rev. Leon Sullivan elected to the board of directors of General

Motors.

1991 – NFL owners strip Phoenix of 1993 Super Bowl game due to Arizona

not recognizing Martin Luther King Day.

1995 – Michael Jordan rejoins Chicago Bulls after 17 months, beats Pacers.

HOROSCOPE

As a Pisces born on March 19th, you are well known for your intensity and spirituality. You bring passion to all aspects of life. If there is something that sparks your interest, you will devote a great deal of time and energy to exploring it. Your intensity is especially true when it comes to your loved ones. Your family and friends would be the first to admit your dedication to their well being. Questions of life and spirituality often inhabit the inner workings of your mind, which explains why you are on a never-ending journey to discover the meaning of life.

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