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Today is Friday, September 21st, is the 264th day of the year. There are 101

Melvin Van Peebles

Melvin Van Peebles

days remaining until the end of the year and 94 days remaining until Christmas.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, Suicide Prevention Month, Self Improvement Month,

Honey Month, Little League Month, National Piano Month,

Baby Safety Month, International Peace Day, World Gratitude

Day

Alfonso Ribeiro

Alfonso Ribeiro

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Melvin Van Peebles, 86, playwright/director

Artis Gilmore, 70, basketball player

Jack Givens, 62, basketball player

Rick Mahorn, 60, basketball player

Cecil Fielder, 55, baseball player

Momma Dee, 55, reality star

Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie

Lavan Davis, 51, actor

Alfonso Ribeiro, 47, actor

Lil’ Rob, 42, rapper

Nicole Richie, 37, American socialite

Greg Jennings, 35, football player

Wale, 34, singer

Dwayne Bowe, 33, football player

Florence Griffith-Joyner

Florence Griffith-Joyner

Jason Derulo, 29, singer

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

DEATHS

Florence Griffith Joyner, 1998, track athlete (b. 1959)

Troy Anthony Davis, 2011, death row inmate/activist (executed) (b. 1968)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1815 – Gen. Andrew Jackson honors courage of Black troops who fought in

the Battle of New Orleans.

Archie Moore

Archie Moore

1872 – John Henry Conyers of South Carolina becomes 1st black student at

Annapolis.

1897 – F.W. Leslie patents the envelope seal.

1905 – Atlanta Life Insurance Company forms.

1955 – Rocky Marciano KOs Archie Moore in 9 for heavyweight boxing title.

1966 – Jimmy Hendrix changes spelling of his name to Jimi.

1970 – “Monday Night Football” premieres on ABC – Browns 31, Jets 21.

Dream Team

Dream Team

1985 – Michael Spinks beats Larry Holmes in 15 to become Heavyweight

Boxing Champion.

1991 – USA Basketball announces “Dream Team” for the 1992 Olympics.

2008 – Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, the two last remaining

independent investment banks on Wall Street, become bank holding

companies as a result of the subprime mortgage crisis.

HOROSCOPE

As a Virgo born on September 21st, you are no stranger to your emotions, as you are very sensitive. Your sensitivity is obvious to those closest to you, as you are very open about with them. The same cannot be said about the rest of the world, which you meet with great reserve. You have never been fond of the spotlight, instead preferring to work in the shadows unbothered. Your sensitivity also connects to your appreciation of art and beauty, which is amongst your most positive attributes.

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Today is Thursday, September 20th, the 263rd day of the year. There are 102

Debi Morgan

Debbi Morgan

days remaining until the end of the year and 95 days remaining until Christmas.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, National Piano Month, Little League Month, Honey

Month, Self Improvement Month, Baby Safety Month,

National Punch Day

Debra Roberts

Debra Roberts

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Debbi Morgan, 62, actress (Angie-All My Children)

Deborah Roberts, 61, journalist/TV reporter

Enuka Okuma, 42, actress

Crystle Stewart, 37, model

Aldis Hodge, 32, actor

Melvin "Slappy" White

Melvin “Slappy” White

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Melvin “Slappy” White, 96, comedian (d. 1995)

Bobby Nunn, 93, singer (The Coasters) (d. 1986)

DEATHS

ON THIS DATE…

1664 – Maryland passes 1st anti-amalgamation law to stop intermarriage of

Cosby Show

Cosby Show

English women & black men.

1814 – “Star Spangled Banner” published as a song, lyrics by Francis Scott

Key, tune by John Stafford Smith.

1830 – 1st Negro Convention of Free Men agree to boycott slave-produced

goods.

1850 – Slave trade abolished in D.C., but slavery allowed to continue.

1939 – Joe Louis KOs Bob Pastor in 11 for heavyweight boxing title.

Walter Payton

Walter Payton

1958 – Martin Luther King Jr. stabbed by a Black woman.

1961 – James Meredith refused access as a student in Mississippi

1973 – Willie Mays announces retirement at end of 1973 season.

1982 – NFL players begin a 57 day strike.

1984 – “Cosby Show” premieres on NBC-TV.

1987 – Walter Payton scores NFL record 107th rushing touchdown

HOROSCOPE

Being both intelligent and sensitive, there are several careers that would fit you well. You should consider careers that utilize your social skills, such as public relations, advertising or promotion. In the same light, your analytical ability would be well-suited for a career in research or education. Your creative abilities may lead you to a career in writing, which was the path of Upton Sinclair, who was also born on September 20th. If you are tempted by the acting world, look to the successes of Sophia Loren, another of your celebrity birthday twins, for inspiration.

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Today is Wednesday, September 19th, the 262nd day of the year. There are 103

Nile Rodgers

Nile Rodgers

days remaining until the end of the year and 96 days remaining until Christmas.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, National Piano Month, Little League Month, Honey

Month, Baby Safety Month, Self Improvement Month

Soledad O'Brien

Soledad O’Brien

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Freda Payne, 76, singer

Joe Morgan, 74, baseball player/announcer

Larry Brown, 71, football player

Nile Rodgers, 66, songwriter/producer/guitarist (Chic)

Kevin Hooks, 60, actor (Sounder, Aaron Loves Angela)

Debbye Turner, 53, Miss America (1990)

Sanaa Lathan

Sanaa Lathan

Katrina McClain, 53, basketball player

Soledad O’Brien, 52, journalist

Sanaa Lathan, 47, actress

Columbus Short, 35, actor

Skepta, 35, rapper

Tyreke Evans, 28, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Columbus Short

Columbus Short

Brook Benton, 87, singer (Rainy Night in Georgia) (d. 1988)

DEATHS

ON THIS DATE IN…

1830 – First National Convention of Free Men agrees to boycott slaved-

produced goods.

1881 – Booker T. Washington opens Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.

1947 – Jackie Robinson is named 1947 “Rookie of Year”.

Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks

1960 – Chubby Checkers’ “Twist” reaches #1.

1963 – Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. is founded at Morgan State University

in Baltimore, Maryland.

1986 – “Captain EO” with Michael Jackson premieres.

1989 – Gordon Park’s film, “The Learning Tree”, is among the first films to be

registered by the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.

HOROSCOPE

Your sign’s ruling planetary influence comes from Mercury, but as you were born in the third Decan, or part, the sign, you receive a generous helping of Venus’s influence as well. Mercury’s power is mirrored in your sharp mind and communication skills, while it is Venus that can be linked to your sensitivity and appreciation for art/beauty. This unique planetary combination makes you more sensitive and artistically inclined that the other Virgo Decans. You will always be able to find the beauty in all you encounter and similarly, this allows you to easily experience love for art and people. At the same time, your strong emotions can leave you quite vulnerable. It is only natural to care about how others feel about you, but you must put effort into not letting it affect you too heavily.

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Today is Tuesday, September 18th, the 261st day of the year. There are 104

Benjamin Carson

Benjamin Carson

days remaining until the end of the year and 98 days remaining until Christmas.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, National Piano Month, Self Improvement Month,

Baby Safety Month, Little League Month, Honey Month,

National Cheeseburger Day

Holly Robinson-Pete

Holly Robinson-Pete

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Otis Sistrunk, 71, football player

Benjamin Carson, 67, neurosurgeon

Holly Robinson-Pete, 54, actress

Ricky Bell, 51, singer (New Edition, Bell Biv Devoe)

Jada Pinkett-Smith, 47, actress

Ricky Bell

Ricky Bell

Aisha Tyler, 47, actress

Towanda Braxton, 44, singer

Xzibit, 43, rapper

Angela Simons, 30, reality star

Serge Ibaka, 28, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Eddie “Rochester” Anderson, 113, actor (Jack Benny Show) (1977)

Jada Pinkett-Smith

Jada Pinkett-Smith

Dennis Johnson, 64, basketball player (2007)

DEATHS

“Blind” Willie Johnson, 1945. blues/spiritual singer and guitarist (b. 1897)

Jimi Hendrix, 1970, rock guitarist (b.1943)

Jimmy Witherspoon, 1997, singer (b. 1932)

Bob Hayes, 2002, football player/track athlete (b. 1942)

Ken Norton, 2013, heavyweight boxer (b. 1943)

Bob Hayes

Bob Hayes

ON THIS DATE IN…

1850 – Congress passes Fugitive Slave Law as part of Compromise of 1850.

1895 – Booker T. Washington delivers ‘Atlanta Compromise’ address.

1945 – 1000 whites walk out of Gary, Indiana schools to protest integration.

1946 – Joe Louis KOs Tami Mauriello in 1 for heavyweight boxing title.

1948 – Ralph J. Bunche confirmed as acting U.N. mediator in Palestine.

1972 – 1st Black National League umpire, Art Williams.

Kimberly Aiken

Kimberly Aiken

1975 – Heiress-turned-bank robber Patricia Campbell Hearst captured

by FBI in San Francisco.

1980 – Cosmonaut Arnoldo Tamayo, a Cuban, becomes the first Black to

travel in space.

1993 – Kimberly Clarice Aiken crowned 67th Miss America 1994.

HOROSCOPE

The Virgo’s elemental pair is Earth and in fact, you are the only zodiac sign with a fixed connection to the element. You desire stability and may even be stubborn in your attempts to obtain it. Just as Earth provides solid ground to walk on, you search for the same reliability in all aspects of life. Earth’s influence is directly linked to your practical and realistic expectations. As you continue to embrace Earth’s elemental powers, you will work positively to achieving your goals. Be wary of Earth’s negative influence, which include an excessive amount of caution and conservatism.

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Today is Monday, September 17th, the 260th day of the year . There are 105

Bebe Winans

Bebe Winans

days remaining until the end of the year and 99 days remaining until Christmas.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, National Piano Month, Baby Safety Month, Honey

Month, Little League Month, Self Improvement Month,

National Apple Dumpling Day, Citizenship Day,

Constitution Day

Doug E. Fresh

Doug E. Fresh

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Orlando Cepeda, 81, baseball player

Lamonte McLemore, 79, singer (5th Dimension)

Kevin Clash, 58, voice actor

Bebe Winans, 56, gospel singer

Doug E. Fresh, 52, legendary rapper

Malik Yoba, 51, actor

Malik Yoba

Malik Yoba

Rasheed Wallace, 44, basketball player

Asa, 36, singer

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

DEATHS

Dred Scott, 1858,  ex-slave who sought to sue for his freedom, (b. 1796)

Jessie “Ooh Poo Pah Doo” Hill, 1996, jazz musician (b. 1943)

ON THIS DATE IN…

Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman

1787 – U.S. constitution adopted by Philadelphia convention.

1849 – Harriet Tubman 1st escapes slavery in Maryland with two of her brothers.

1861 – First class for escaped slaves taught by Mary Peake at Fortress Monroe ,

Virginia (now Hampton University).

1920 – National Football League organizes in Canton Ohio 12 teams pay $100 each to

join American Prof Football Association.

1928 – Hurricane hits Lake Okeechobee Florida drowning 1,800-2500, 75% of the

victims are Black.

Vanessa Williams

Vanessa Williams

1934 – RCA Victor releases 1st 33 1/3 rpm recording.

1947 – Jackie Robinson is named Rookie of Year by Sporting News.

1953 – Ernie Banks becomes Chicago Cubs 1st black player.

1956 – Black students enter Clay, Ky elementary school.

1962 – Justice Dept. files 1st suit to end segregation in public schools.

1964 – The Supremes release “Baby Love”.

1983 – Vanessa Williams crowned 56th Miss America 1984, 1st Black to win the

crown.

HOROSCOPE

As a Virgo born on September 17th, you are characterized by your sensitive, artistic and reserved nature. While some people live for the spotlight, you cannot relate. You find much greater comfort in the background, where you can go about your business undisturbed. While your coworkers and peers may only witness your reserve, your family and friends get a much more exciting picture, as you are comfortable to share all of your private thoughts and feelings.

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Today is Sunday, September 16th,  the 259th day of the year. There are 106

B.B. King

B.B. King

days remaining until the end of the year and 100 days remaining until Christmas.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, National Piano Month,Baby Safety Month, Little

League Month, Honey Month, Self Improvement Month,

American Legion Day, Step Family Day, Working Parents Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall

Elgin Baylor, 84, basketball player/executive

Lucius Allen, 71, basketball player

Earl Klugh, 65, jazz pianist/guitarist

Tim Raines, 59, baseball player

Danny John-Jules, 58, actor

Bernie Parmalee, 51, football player

Tamron Hall, 48, TV show host

Musiq Soul Child, 41, singer

Musiq Soulchild

Musiq Soulchild

Flo Rida, 39, rapper

Kyla Pratt, 32, actress

Aaron Gordon, 23, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Claude A Barnett, 129, founder Associated Negro Press (d. 1967)

B. B. King, 93, blues legend  (d. 2015)

Frank Reed, 64, singer (Chi-Lites), (d. 2014)

Philip Michael Thomas

Philip Michael Thomas

DEATHS

Norman Whitfield, 2008, songwriter/producer (b. 1940)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1849 – Slavery abolished in French possessions.

1923 – First Catholic seminary for Black priests dedicated in Bay St. Louis,

Mississippi.

1971 – 6 Ku Klux Klansmen arrested in connection with bombing of 10 school

buses.

Debbye Turner

Debbye Turner

1973 – Buffalo Bill O.J. Simpson rushes 250 yards (2 TDs), beating New

England Patriots 31-13.

1981 – 1st broadcast of “Miami Vice” on NBC-TV starring Don Johnson &

Phillip Michael Thomas.

1989 – Debbye Turner crowned 63rd Miss America 1990.

2013 – 12 people are killed after a gunman opens fire at a naval yard in

Washington D.C.

HOROSCOPE

While selecting a career path is difficult, take comfort in the fact that your unique skills are well-suited for a variety of careers. Your sensitivity would be a good fit for caring professions such as counseling, teaching or education. Likewise, your analytical abilities would be a great fit for science or research. As an artistic soul, you may find the most satisfaction in art, music, acting or entertainment. If this is the case, look to the successes of performer Nick Jonas or actress Alex Bledel, who were both born on September 16th, for motivation.

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Today is Saturday, September 15th, the 258th day of the year. There are 107

Jesse Norman

Jesse Norman

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, National Piano Month, Baby Safety Month, Little League

Month, Honey Month, Self Improvement Month

Jan Matzeliger

Jan Matzeliger

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Jessye Norman, 73, opera singer

Earnest Byner, 55, football player

Sherman Douglas, 52, basketball player

Dexter Carter, 51, football player

Jason Terry, 41, basketball player

Nipsey Russell

Nipsey Russell

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Jan E. Matzeliger, 165, inventor (shoe lasting machine) (d. 1889)

Claude McKaye, 128, author (d. 1948)

Nipsey Russell, 100, comedian (d. 2005)

Julian E “Cannonball” Adderley, 90, jazz musician (d. 1975)

DEATHS

Julian "Cannonball" Adderly

Julian “Cannonball” Adderly

Willie Bobo, 1983, jazz drummer (b. 1932)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1620 – The Mayflower departs from Plymouth England with 102 pilgrims.

1830 – 1st National Negro Convention begins in Philadelphia.

1923 – Gov. Walton of Oklahoma declares state of siege because of KKK terror.

1943 – Paul Robeson portrays Othello for the 296th time at New York City’s

Shubert Theater.

Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson

1963 – Four little girls killed in Birmingham, Alabama church bombing.

1973 – Ohio State’s Archie Griffith begins record 31 consecutive 100 yd rushing

games.

1976 – Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who …,” premieres in New York

City.

1978 – Muhammad Ali beats Leon Spinks in 15 for heavyweight boxing title.

1991 – San Diego State freshman Marshall Faulk sets NCAA rushing record

Marshall Faulk

Marshall Faulk

of 386 yds.

1994 – “Sound of Motown,” premieres in Rotterdam.

1995 – Cards shortstop Ozzie Smith sets record of 1,554 double plays.

1997 – Oprah Winfrey announces she will continue her show through 2000.

HOROSCOPE

Mercury is your sign’s planetary ruler, but you also are subject to the planetary influence of Venus because you were born in the third Decan, or part, of the sign. Mercury’s power is mysterious, but relates to the gifts for communication and mental ability that you possess. Likewise, Venus’s planetary influence relates to the gifts of sensitivity and artistic appreciation that lie within you. You are far more sensitive than the other Virgo Decans, as you find it just as easy to love as it is to be emotionally hurt. There may temptation to resist your natural sensitivity, but avoid this, as your sensitivity is also key to finding the beauty in life that you so desperately seek.

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Today is Frisday, September 14th, the 257th day of the year . There are 108

Nas

Nas

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, National

Piano Month, Chicken Month, Baby Safety Month, Little League

Month, Honey Month, Self Improvement Month, National

Cream-Filled Donut Day

Constance Baker Motley

Constance Baker Motley

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Robert Wisdom, 65, actor

Nas, 45, rapper

Kevin Lyttle, 42, singer

Lethal Bizzle, 34, rapper

Shannon Kane, 32, actress

Tinchy Stryder, 32, entrepreneur

Chubby Checker

Chubby Checker

Jimmy Butler, 29, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Constance Baker Motley, 97, 1st Black woman federal judge (d. 2005)

DEATHS

Dorothy Boulding Ferebee, 1980, physician/activist (b. 1898)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1960 – Chubby Checker’s “Twist” hits #1.

Bo Jackson

Bo Jackson

1968 – Jimmy Ellis beats Floyd Patterson in 15 for heavyweight boxing title.

1968 – 1st broadcast of “60 Minutes” on CBS-TV.

1986 – Bo Jackson’s 1st HR-a 475-foot blast (longest at Royal Stadium).

1990 – Ken Griffey, Sr & Jr, hit back-to-back HRs in 1st inning.

1991 – Freshman Marshall Faulk of San Diego State rushed for NCAA record 386

yards & scored 7 touchdowns as the Aztecs beat Pacific 55-34.

HOROSCOPE

The Virgo’s paired element is Earth, which explains why you are the only zodiac sign with a fixed relationship with Earth. Just as Earth gives your feet firm ground to stand on, it influences you to seek the same stability in all aspects of life. You are practical and realistic about your goals, as you find little sense in leaving your head in the clouds. Your prudence will play a key role in future successes. Earth’s influence is not all positive however, as you run the risk of becoming overly cautious and conservative.

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Today is Thursday, September 13,  the 256th day of the year. There are 109

Iyanla Vanzant

Iyanla Vanzant

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, National Courtesy Month, Chicken

Month, Little League Month, Baby Safety Month, Honey Month,

National Piano Month, Self Improvement Month, National Peanut Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Tavis Smiley

Tavis Smiley

Iyanla Vanzant, 65, TV show host

Joni Sledge, 62, singer (Sister Sledge)

Tavis Smiley, 54, talk show host

Michael Johnson, 51, track & field legend

Bernie Williams, 50, baseball player/musician

Tyler Perry, 49, director

Tyler Perry

Tyler Perry

Keith Murray, 44, rapper

Swizz Beatz, 42, rapper

Rickie Weeks, 36, baseball player

Nene, 35, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Alain LeRoy Locke, 131, writer/philosopher (Father of Harlem Renaissance)

Nell Carter

Nell Carter

Charles Brown, 95, singer/pianist (d. 1999)

Nell Carter, 69, actress (d. 2003)

DEATHS

Tupac Shakur, 1996, rapper (b. 1971)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1663 – 1st serious slave conspiracy in colonial America (Virginia).

Lou Rawls

Lou Rawls

1867 – Gen. E. R. S. Canby orders South Carolina courts to impanel blacks jurors.

1881 – Lewis Latimer invents & patents electric lamp with a carbon filament.

1925 – 1st U.S. University for Blacks, Xavier University, opens in New Orleans.

1980 – 1st Lou Rawls Parade of Stars United Negro College Fund telethon.

2009 – 26th MTV Awards: Beyoncé, Taylor Swift & T.I. f/ Rihanna wins.

HOROSCOPE

As a Virgo born on September 13th, your friends know you for being reserved, sensitive and artistic. While others seem to come alive in the spotlight, you find little enjoyment with all the eyes on you. Instead, you much rather find yourself in the background where you are comfortable. At times you may feel timid or shy, but this is easily countered when you are surrounded by close friends and loved ones. With friends and family, you find it easy to share your true self, which includes a great appreciation for life’s many beauties.

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Today is Wednesday, September 12th,  the 255th day of the year . There are 110

2 Chainz

2 Chainz

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Classical Music Month,

Hispanic Heritage Month, Little League Month, Chicken Month,

National Courtesy Month, National Piano Month, Baby Safety

Month, Honey Month, Self Improvement Month, Chocolate

Milk Shake Day

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Vernon Maxwell, 53, basketball player

Terry Dehere, 47, basketball player

Bizzy Bone, 42, rapper, (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony)

Ruben Studdard, 40, singer

2 Chainz, 40, rapper

Jennifer Hudson, 37, singer/actress

Barry White

Barry White

Tiara Thomas, 28, singer

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Jesse Owens, 104, track legend (d. 1980)

Barry White, 74, singer/composer (d. 2003)

DEATHS

Lillian Randolph, 1980, actress (Roots, Amos n Andy) (b. 1915)

Stanley Turrentine

Stanley Turrentine

Stanley Turrentine, 2000, jazz saxophonist (b. 1934)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1787 – Black Masons form 1st lodge.

1947 – Jackie Robinson is named National League Rookie of the Year.

1956 – Black students enter and are barred from Clay, Ky. elementary school.

1958 – U.S. Supreme Court orders Little Rock Arkansas high school to integrate.

Mae Jemison

Mae Jemison

1964 – Ralph Boston sets then long jump record at 27′ 4½”.

1984 – N.Y. Met Dwight Gooden sets rookie strike out record at 251.

1992 – Dr. Mae C. Jemison becomes first African American woman to travel in

space.

2012 – Apple unveils its iPhone 5 and iOS 6.

HOROSCOPE

Your quick mind creates many career options for you to consider. As a caring person, you may be well-suited for a people-based career, such as education or counseling. Your artistic inclinations, may put you on a path of creative expression. If music is your passion, look to the legendary career of Barry White or the developing career of Jennifer Hudson, who were both born on September 12th, for inspiration.

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