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Chronology
1700-1799
1800-18491850-1899
1900-19091910-19191920-19291930-19391940-1949
1950-19591960-19691970-19791980-19891990-1999
2000-Present
Chronology of Historic Events in African-American History

Notable African-Americans:  1700 - 1799
1711
Oct 17
Jupiter Hammon Jupiter Hammon Poetry
1762
May 01
James Durham Pennsylvania Scientists and Mathematicians Medicine
1766
Sept 02
James Forten  James Forten Abolition Inventors & Invention Business & Economics
1770
Mar 05
Crispus Attucks Crispus Attucks Boston Massacre
1784
Dec 05
Phyllis Wheatley Phyllis Wheatley Poetry
1785
Sep 28
David Walker David Walker Abolition David Walker's Appeal
1799
Oct 01
John Brown Russwurm John Brown Russwurm Journalism
Notable African-Americans:  1800 - 1849
1800
Oct 02
Nat Turner Nat Turner Slavery
1803
Sept 03
Prudence Crandall Prudence Crandall Connecticut's Political & Social Leaders Educators of Note Quaker Religion
1806
Mar 17
Norbert Rillieux Norbert Rillieux Slavery Inventors and Inventions
1806
Oct 09
Benjamin Banneker Benjamin Banneker Mathematics
1810
Feb 01
Charles Remond Charles Remond Slavery and Abolition Human Rights/Civil Rights
1811
Feb 24
David A. Payne David A. Payne Religion Educators of Note
1812
May 06
Martin R. Delany Martin R. Delany African-American History
1814
May 28
Daniel Reaves Goodloe North Carolina Political and Social Leaders Slavery African-American History
1815
Sept 15
Jan Matzeliger Jan Matzeliger Inventors & Inventions
1817
Feb 14
Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass Civil Rights/Human Rights Journalism
1817
Aug 25
Alfred Russell Alfred Russell Liberia African American Registry
1819
Jan 16
James Wormley James Wormley Business
1821
Oct 07
William Still New Jersey Political & Social Leaders Abolition
1822
Sept 27
Hiram Rhodes Revels Hiram Rhodes Revels United States Senator
1823
Apr 17
Mifflin W. Gibbs Pennsylvania Law and Legal Resources
1825
Sept 24
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Poetry
1831
May 28
Eliza Ann Gardner New York City Political and Social Leaders Slavery
1831
Nov 11
Nat Turner Nat Turner Slavery Death
1834
Jan 3
Alonzo Jacob Ransier Alonzo Jacob Ransier U.S. Congress
1837
Oct 29
Harriet Powers Harriet Powers Quilting
1838
Sept 23
Victoria Clafin Woodhull Martin Victoria Clafin Woodhull Martin Educators of Note Women's Suffrage
1840
May 16
James Milton Turner Liberia Missouri Political and Social Leaders Religion
1845
May 07
Mary Mahoney Mary Mahoney First African-American Graduate Nurse
1846
Mar 16
Rebecca J. Cole Rebecca J. Cole Health Care Professionals
1847
Sept 10
John R. Lynch John R. Lynch Mississippi United States Congress
1848
Sept 04
Lewis Latimer Lewis Latimer Inventors & Inventions
1849
Oct 20
William Washington Browne William Washington Browne Business
Notable African-Americans:  1850 - 1899
1850
Mar 10
Hallie Quinn Brown Hallie Quinn Brown Educators of Note Women's Rights The African American Registry
1851
May 30
Albert A. Williams Kentucky Writers Poetry
1852
Sept 15
Edward Bouchet Edward Bouchet Science Education
1854
Feb 10
Joseph Price North Carolina Social Leaders Education Religion
1854
Oct 22
James A. Bland James A. Bland Composers Popular Music
1855
Feb 12
Fannie Barrier Williams Fannie Barrier Williams Civil Rights/Human Rights
1855
Dec 03
J.W.E. Bowen J.W.E. Bowen Education Religion
1856
Mar 21
Henry O. Flipper Henry O. Flipper African American History
1856
Apr 23
Granville Woods Granville Woods Inventors and Inventions
1856
Oct 03
T. Thomas Fortune T. Thomas Fortune Journalism
1857
Oct 07
Moses Fleetwood Walker Ohio Sports Figures Baseball
1858
Jan 18
Daniel Hale Williams Daniel Hale Williams Medicine The Heart
1861
Mar 09
Margaret Murray Washington Margaret Murray Washington Booker T. Washington Education
1862
Mar 17
Homer Plessy Homery Plessy U.S. Civil Rights Activist
1863
Sept 23
Mary Church Terrell Mary Church Terrell Educators of Note Women's Suffrage
1865
May 05
Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. Religion
1866
Aug 8
Matthew Henson Matthew Henson The North Pole
1866
Aug 25
Nora Gordon Africa Nora Gordon Religion African American Registry
1866
Dec 02
Harry T. Burleigh Harry T. Burleigh American Composers
1867
Dec 23
Madame C.J. Walker Madame C.J. Walker Business Leaders
1868
Feb 18
Harriett Gibbs Marshall Harriett Gibbs Marshall Musician Noted Educator
1868
Feb 23
W.E.B. DuBois W.E.B. Du Bois American Authors American Social leaders
1868
Nov 24
Scott Joplin Scott Joplin American Composers Jazz
1868
Dec 08
Henry Hugh Proctor Tennessee Political and Social Leaders Religious Leaders Civil Rights
1869
Jan 27
Will Marion Cook Washington, D.C. Musical Theater
1869
Feb 12
Issac Burns Murphy Horse Racing
1870
Dec 05
Bill Pickett Bill Pickett Rodeo
1871
Feb 19
Lugenia Burns Hope Lugenia Burns Hope Civil Rights
1872
Apr 23
Charles "Cow Cow" Davenport Alabama Performing Artists Jazz
1873
Feb 12
Charles P. Adams Charles P. Adams Educators of Note
1873
Feb 13
Emmet J. Scott Texas Political and Social Leaders Booker T. Washington Education
1874
Jan 24
Arthur A. Schomburg Arthur A. Schomburg African-American History Latin-American Studies
1875
Dec 19
Carter Woodson Carter Woodson Education
1877
Mar 04
Garrett Morgan Garrett Morgan Inventors and Inventions Automobiles
1878
Jan 26
S. Edward Hall Minnesota Political and Social Leaders African American Registry
1878
Mar 31
Jack Johnson Texas Sports Figures Boxing Hall of Fame
1878
Nov 20
Charles S. Gilpin Virginia Performing Artists Actors
1879
Sept 17
Andrew "Rube" Foster Rube Foster Baseball Hall of Fame
1880
Feb 27
Angelina Grimke Massachusetts Poetry Plays
1880
Sept 10
Georgia Douglas Johnson Georgia Douglas Johnson Poetry
1882
Feb 06
Anne Spencer Anne Spencer Poetry
1882
Apr 22
Benjamin Brawley Benjamin Brawley Authors & Illustrators
1882
Apr 27
Jessie Fauset Jessie Fauset American Authors & Illustrators Journalism
1883
Feb 07
Eubie Blake Maryland Performing Artists Jazz Musicians
1883
Nov 26
Sojourner Truth Sojourner Truth Civil Rights
1883
Dec 15
William A. Hinton Chicago Mathematicians and Scientists Medical Research African American Registry
1884
Nov 06
William Wells Brown Kentucky Slavery Authors & Illustrators
1886
Sept 13
Alain Locke Authors & Illustrators
1887
Sept 19
Lovie Austin Lovie Austin Jazz
1887
Oct 07
Sargent Johnson Massachusetts Artists American Artists
1888
Feb 22
Horace Pippin Pennsylvania Artists American Artists
1888
May 07
Fenton Johnson Fenton Johnson Poetry Plays
1889
Apr 15
A. Philip Randolph Florida Political and Social Leaders Labor
1889
Sept 15
Claude McKay Claude McKay Poetry
1890
Jan 12
Mordecai Johnson Mordecai Johnson Education Civil Rights/Human Rights
1890
Feb 24
Mabel Keaton Staupers Mabel Keaton Staupers Medicine
1890
Apr 17
Johnny St. Cyr Johnny St. Cyr Jazz
1891
Feb 01
James P. Johnson James P. Johnson Jazz Musicians
1893
Jan 26
Bessie Coleman Bessie Coleman Aviators
1894
Jan 20
Eva Jessye Eva Jessye American Composers
1894
Feb 18
Paul Williams Paul Williams Architecture
1894
Mar 19
Moms Mabley North Carolina Performing Artists American Performing Artists
1894
Sept 24
E. Franklin Frazier Maryland Authors Authors & Illustrators
1895
Feb 20
Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass Human Rights/Civil Rights African-American Studies U.S. Government
1895
May 11
William Grant Still William Grant Still African-American Composers
1895
Apr 01
Alberta Hunter Alberta Hunter Jazz Vocalist
1895
Sept 03
Charles Houston Charles Houston Civil Rights Law & Legal Resources
1895
Oct 20
Rex Ingram Rex Ingram Actors Film
1895
Dec 15
Andy Razaf Andy Razaf Jazz Poetry
1896
Jan 13
William Alexander "Sonny" Greer New Jersey Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1896
Jan 28
Malvin Gray Johnson North Carolina Artists Artists
1896
Apr 30
Rev. "Blind" Gary Davis South Carolina Performing Artists Jazz Musician
1896
Sept 02
Amanda Randolph Amanda Randolph Actors Film Television
1897
May 09
Rudolph Fisher Rudolph Fisher Medicine
1897
May 14
Sidney Bechet Sidney Bechet Jazz African-American Studies
1897
Oct 07
Elijah Muhammad Elijah Muhammad Islam U.S. Civil Rights
1897
Nov 25
Willie "The Lion" Smith New York Performing Artists Musicans
1897
Dec 18
Fletcher Henderson Fletcher Henderson Jazz
1898
Feb 03
Lil Hardin Armstrong Tennessee Performing Artists Louis Armstrong Jazz
1898
Feb 06
Melvin B. Tolson Missouri Authors and Illustrators Liberia Poetry
1898
Apr 09
Paul Robeson Paul Robeson Actors Stage and Theater Opera Civil Rights
1898
Apr 15
Bessie Smith Bessie Smith Jazz and Blues Vocalist
1898
May 27
David Crosthwaite David Crosthwait Inventors and Inventions
1899
Jan 26
May Miller Washington, D.C. Authors Plays African American Registry
1899
Apr 11
Percy L Julian Percy L Julian Chemistry Medical Research Plants
1899
Apr 29
Duke Ellington Duke Ellington American Composers Popular Musicians
1899
Apr 30
Ellis Wilson Ellis Wilson Artists
1899
May 26
Aaron Douglas Aaron Douglas American Artists
1899
Dec 05
Sonny Boy Williamson Mississippi Performing Artists Jazz & Blues
Notable African-Americans:  1900 - 1909
1900
Aug 26
Hale Woodruff Hale Woodruff Artists
1900
Nov 18
Howard Thurman Howard Thurman Religion & Theology The Quaker Church U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1901
Jan 28
Richmond Barthe Richmond Barthe American Artists
1901
May 01
Sterling A. Brown Sterling Brown Poetry
1901
Aug 30
Roy Wilkins Roy Wilkins Civil Rights
1902
Feb 17
Marian Anderson Marian Anderson Opera
1902
Feb 19
John Bubbles John Bubbles Dance
1902
Mar 08
Louise Beavers Louise Beavers Actors Film
1902
Sept 02
Rex Goreleigh Rex Goreleigh Artists
1902
Sept 15
Theodore Ward Theodore Ward Plays
1902
Oct 13
Arna Bontemps Arna Bontemps Young-adult Authors
1902
Nov 2
James Lesesne Wells James Lesesne Wells American Artists
1904
Feb 16
James Baskett Indiana Performing Artists Actors Walt Disney African American Registry
1904
May 21
(Thomas Wright) "Fats" Waller Fats Waller Musician Composers
1904
Aug 21
Count Basie Count Basie Jazz
1904
Nov 17
William H. Hastie Tennessee Social & Political Leaders Law & Legal Resources African American Registry
1905
Nov 03
Los Mailou Jones Los Mailou Jones American Artists
1906
Jan 09
Paul Laurence Dunbar Ohio Poetry
1906
Jan 22
Willa Brown Willa Brown Aviation
1906
April 27
Alice Dunnigan Alcie Dunnigan Journalism
1906
Oct 15
Victoria Spivey Texas Performing Artists Jazz & Blues
1907
Feb 10
Grace Hamilton Georgia Political and Social Leaders U.S. Civil Rights Politics and Elections
1907
Feb 12
Roberta Martin Roberta Martin Gospel Musicians
1907
Sept 08
Buck Leonard Buck Leonard Baseball Hall of Fame
1907
Sept 23
Albert Ammons Chicago Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1908
Jan 27
Oran "Hot Lips" Page Texas Performing Artists Jazz
1908
Feb 8
C.A. Scott C.A. Scott Journalism Atlanta Daily World
1908
Apr 11
Jane Bolin Jane Bolin Law and Legal Resources
1908
Sept 04
Richard Wright Richard Wright Authors & Illustrators
1908
Oct 06
Sammy Price Sammy Price Popular Musicians Jazz
1908
Nov 25
Adam Clayton Powell Adam Clayton Powell New York City Political Leaders U.S. Congress
1909
Feb 10
"Chick" Webb Maryland Performing Artists Jazz
1909
Feb 21
Helen Octavia Dickens Ohio Scientists and Mathematicians Medicine
1909
Aug 27
Lester Young Lester Young Jazz Popular Musicians
1909
Oct 09
Elton C. Fax Elton C. Fax Primary Children's Authors American Artists
1909
Oct 13
Art Tatum Art Tatum Jazz
Notable African-Americans:  1910 - 1919
1910
May 23
Scatman Crothers Indiana Performing Artists Actors Film
1910
Nov 20
Pauli Murray Pauli Murray Poetry Law & Legal Resources
1910
Dec 17
Sy Oliver Sy Oliver Popular Musicians
1911
Jan 07
Butterfly McQueen Film Actors Gone with the Wind
1911
Apr 02
Charles "Honi" Coles Pennsylvania Performing Artists Dance Stage & Theater Film
1911
May 13
Maxine Sullivan Pennsylvania Performing Artists Jazz
1912
Feb 14
Oliver Harrington Oliver Harrington Cartoons and Comics
1912
Mar 17
Bayard Rustin Bayard Rustin U.S. Civil Rights Activist
1912
Mar 24
Dorothy Height Dorothy Height U.S. Civil Rights Activist
1912
Sept 02
Romare Bearden Romare Bearden Artists
1912
Oct 21
Don Byas Oklahoma Performing Artists Jazz
1912
Dec 18
Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. U.S. Military Leaders
1913
Feb 04
Rosa Parks Rosa Parks U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1913
Mar 10
Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman The Underground Railroad
1913
May 14
Clara S. Jones Missouri Political and Social Leaders Libraries African-American Studies
1913
Sept 12
Jesse Owens Jesse Owens Track & Field The Olympic Games
1913
Dec 10
Ray Nance Ray Nance Jazz
1914
Jan 31
Jersey Joe Walcott New Jersey Boxing
1914
Feb 02
William Ellisworth Artis William Ellisworth Artis Artists
1914
Mar 01
Ralph Waldo Ellison Ralph Waldo Ellison Authors & Illustrators
1914
May 13
Joe Louis Joe Louis Boxing
1914
May 29
Henry C. McBay Henry C. McBay Chemistry Educators of Note Nuclear Weapons
1914
Nov 11
Daisy Bates Daisy Bates American Civil Rights
1915
Jan 10
Dean Dixon New York City Classical Music
1915
Apr 04
Muddy Waters Muddy Waters Jazz and Blues
1915
Apr 07
Billie Holiday Billie Holiday Popular Musicians
1915
Nov 14
Booker T. Washington Booker T. Washington Education Human Rights
1915
Dec 05
Ernest Kaiser Virginia Authors Authors & Illustrators
1916
Jan 14
John Oliver Killens Georgia Authors and Illustrators Authors & Illustrators
1917
Feb 21
Tadd Dameron Ohio Performing Artists Jazz
1917
Apr 11
Scot Joplin Scott Joplin Composers Jazz and Blues
1917
Apr 25
Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald Jazz
1917
Sep 7
Jacob Lawrence Jacob Lawrence American Artists
1917
Oct 10
Thelonius Monk Thelonius Monk Jazz Musicians Composers
1917
Oct 21
"Dizzy" Gillespie Dizzy Gillespie Jazz
1917
Dec 18
Ossie Davis Ossie Davis Actors Film U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1918
Jan 19
John H. Johnson Arkansas Buisness Leaders Journalism Business & Economics
1918
Jan 27
Elmore James Mississippi Performing Artists Jazz
1918
Apr 02
Charles White Charles White Artists
1918
May 24
Coleman Young Coleman Young Detroit Political and Social Leaders Politics Human Rights/Civil Rights
1918
Dec 12
Joe Williams Joe Williams Jazz & Blues
1919
Jan 31
Jackie Robinson Jackie Robinson Baseball Hall of Fame
1919
Feb 13
Eddie Robinson Eddie Robinson Football
1919
Mar 17
Nat "King" Cole Nat King Cole Popular Musicians Jazz
1919
Apr 22
Benjamin "Bull Moose" Jackson Ohio Performing Artists Jazz
1919
Oct 11
Art Blakey Pennsylvania Performing Artists Jazz
Notable African-Americans:  1920 - 1929
1920
Jan 12
James Farmer James Farmer Civil Rights/Human Rights
1920
Aug 29
Charlie "Yardbird" Parker Charlie Yardbird Parker Jazz Popular Musicians
1920
Oct 09
Yusef Lateef Tennessee Performing Artists Musicians
1921
Aug 18
Howard Jones Howard Jones American Scientists & Mathematicians
1921
Aug 18
Warren G. Harding Lee Mississippi Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1921
Aug 20
Belinda Hurmence Oklahoma Authors Young-Adult Authors Children's Literature
1921
Sept 02
Ozzie Williams  Ozzie Williams Manned Space Exploration
1921
Nov 19
Roy Campanella Roy Campanella Baseball Hall of Fame Special Education
1922
Apr 15
Harold Washington Chicago Politics
1922
Apr 22
Charles Mingus Charles Mingus Jazz
1922
Sept 08
Samuel Pierce Jr. Samuel Pierce Jr. President Ronald Reagan U.S. Government
1922
Sept 09
Mildred Pitts Walter Mildred Pitts Walter Primary Children's Authors
1922
Sept 11
Charles Evers Charles Evers Human Rights/Civil Rights
1922
Sept 30
Oscar Pettiford Oklahoma Performing Artists Jazz
1922
Oct 16
Leon Sullivan Leon Sullivan U.S. Civil Rights
1923
Feb 27
Dexter Gordon Los Angeles Performing Artists Jazz
1923
Apr 25
Albert King Mississippi Performing Artists Jazz
1923
Oct 09
Mary Ann Shadd Cary Mary Ann Shadd Cary Canadian Social Leaders Education Journalism The Underground Railroad
1924
Feb 02
Sonny Stitt Sonny Stitt Jazz
1924
Feb 08
Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Law & Legal Resources Women Civil Rights/Human Rights Movement African-Amrican Political and Social Leaders
1924
Mar 27
Sarah Vaughan Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocalist
1924
Apr 18
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown Clarence Gatemouth Brown Jazz Musician
1924
Apr 24
John T. Biggers John T. Biggers Artists
1924
May 01
Mabel "Big Maybelle" Smith Tennessee Performing Artists Jazz Vocalist
1924
Oct 27
Ruby Dee Ruby Dee Actors Film Television
1924
Nov 30
Shirley Chisholm Shirley Chisholm United States Congress
1925
Jan 31
Benjamin Hooks Benjamin Hooks American Civil Rights Movement University of Memphis
1925
Feb 23
Louis Stokes Louis Stokes U.S. Congress
1925
Mar 28
Ed Wilson Ed Wilson Artists
1925
May 19
Malcolm X Nebraska Political and Social Leaders Malcolm X U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1925
May 19
Rosa Guy Rosa Guy Young-adult Author Hispanic-American Authors & Illustrators
1925
Sept 16
B.B. King B.B. King Jazz & Blues
1925
Oct 12
Charles Gordone Charles Gordone Plays 1970 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
1925
Oct 30
Gus Savage Gus Savage U.S. Congress
1925
Dec 08
Sammy Davis, Jr. Sammy Davis, Jr. Actors Film Television Dance
1926
Jan 05
Hosea Williams Georgia Political & Social Leaders Human Rights/Civil Rights African American Registry
1926
Feb 14
Moneta Sleet, Jr. Moneta Sleet, Jr. Photography 1969 Pulitzer Prize for Photography
1926
May 12
Mervyn M. Dymally Mervyn M. Dymally California Political and Social Leaders U.S. Congress
1926
May 25
Miles Davis Miles Davis Jazz Trumpeter
1926
Sept 23
John Coltrane John Coltrane Jazz Musicians
1926
Oct 12
James "Son" Thomas James Son Thomas Jazz & Blues American Artists
1926
Oct 13
Jesse LeRoy Brown Jesse LeRoy Brown Aviation History Historic Firsts
1926
Dec 11
Big Mama Thornton Big Mama Thornton Jazz & Blues
1927
Feb 10
Leontyne Price Leontyne Price Opera
1927
Feb 20
Sidney Poitier Sidney Poitier Actors Film 1964 Academy Award for Lilies of the Field
1927
Mar 01
Harry Belafonte New York City Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1927
Mar 06
Wes Montgomery Indiana Performing Artists Jazz Popular Musicians
1927
Apr 27
Coretta Scott King Coretta Scott King Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil Rights/Human Rights African-American Political and Social Leaders
1927
May 01
Harry Belafonte New York City Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1927
Aug 25
Althea Gibson Althea Gibson International Tennis Hall of Fame
1927
Aug 29
Marion Williams Marion Williams Gospel Musicians
1927
Oct 10
Hazel Johnson Hazel Johnson Famous American Military Leaders
1928
Jan 07
Zora Neale Hurston Zora Neale Hurston Authors & Illustrators
1928
Jan 26
Ertha Kitt South Carolina Performing Artists Popular Musicians African American Registry
1928
Jan 30
Ruth Brown Ruth Brown Jazz and Blues 1989 Tony Award for Actress in a Musical 1989 Grammy Award for Jazz 1993 Inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1928
Feb 20
Bettye Miller Missouri Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1928
Feb 26
Antoine "Fats" Domino 6 Fats Domino Popular Musicians
1928
Apr 04
Maya Angelou Maya Angelou Poetry
1928
Sept 02
Horace Silver Horace Silver American Composers Jazz
1928
Sept 15
Cannonball Adderley Cannonball Adderley Jazz
1928
Sept 23
Frank Foster Ohio Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1928
Oct 11
Roscoe Robinson Jr. Roscoe Robinson, Jr. U.S. Military Leaders
1928
Oct 17
Lerone Bennett, Jr. Mississippi Authors & Illustrators Journalism
1928
Nov 25
Etta James South Carolina Performing Artists Musicans
1928
Dec 08
Jimmy Smith Pennsylvania Performing Artists Popular Musicians American Composers African American Registry
1929
Jan 06
Wilbert Harrison North Carolina Popular Music
1929
Jan 15
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. American Civil Rights Movement 1964 Nobel Peace Prize
1929
Feb 23
Elston Howard Missouri Sports Figures Baseball African American Registry
1929
Oct 09
Ernest "Dutch" Morial New Orleans Political Leaders Politics and Elections
Notable African-Americans:  1930 - 1939
1930
Jan 27
Robert Calvin "Bobby Blue" Bland Tennessee Performing Artists Jazz
1930
Mar 19
Ornette Coleman Ornette Coleman Jazz
1930
May 19
Lorraine Hansberry Lorraine Hansberry Plays
1930
Sept 23
Ray Charles Georgia Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1930
Sept 25
bell hooks bell hooks Authors & Illustrators
1930
Oct 08
Faith Ringgold Faith Ringgold American Artists
1931
Jan 05
Alvin Ailey Alvin Ailey Dance
1931
Jan 17
Lawrence Douglas Wilder Doug Wilder Politics and Elections
1931
Jan 17
James Earl Jones Mississippi Performing Artists actors film
1931
Jan 19
Carl Brashear Kentucky African American Registry
1931
Jan 31
Ernie Banks Texas Sports Figures Baseball Hall of Fame
1931
Feb 18
Toni Morrison Toni Morrison 1993 Nobel Laureate for Literature
1931
Feb 24
Lillie Brown Lillie Brown U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1931
Mar 12
William "Buckwheat" Thomas Actors Film
1931
Aug 20
Don King Don King Boxing
1931
Sept 12
Kristin Hunter-Lattany Kristin Hunter-Lattany Young-adult Authors
1932
Mar 12
Andrew Young Andrew Young U.S. Civil Rights Politics
1932
Apr 25
Meadowlark Lemon North Carolina Basketball
1932
May 08
Charles "Sonny" Liston Arkansas Boxing
1932
Aug 21
Melvin Van Peebles Melvin Van Peebles Actors Film
1932
Nov 15
Clyde McPhatter Clyde McPhatter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1932
Dec 09
Anna Diggs Taylor Anna Diggs Taylor Law & Legal Resources
1933
Jan 15
Ernest J. Gaines Ernest J. Gaines Authors & Illustrators
1933
Feb 06
Walter Fauntroy Washington, D.C. U.S. Congress
1933
Feb 21
Nina Simone North Carolina Performing Artists Jazz
1933
Feb 26
Godfrey Cambridge New York City Performing Artists Actors Television Film
1933
Mar 14
Quincy Jones Quincy Jones Popular Music American Composers
1933
May 19
Tom Feelings Tom Feelings Primary Childrens Authors American Artists Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards 1979, 1994, 1996
1933
Aug 25
Wayne Shorter New Jersey Performing Artists Jazz
1933
Nov 08
Esther Rolle Florida Television
1933
Nov 21
Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins Jazz
1933
Dec 08
Flip Wilson New Jersey Performing Artists Television African American Registry
1933
Dec 19
Cicely Tyson Cicely Tyson Actors Television Film
1934
Feb 12
Bill Russell Bill Russell Basketball Hall of Fame
1934
Feb 18
Audre Lorde Audre Lorde Poetry
1934
Mar 27
Arthur Mitchell New York City Performing Artists Dancer/Choreographer
1934
Apr 03
Jim Parker Georgia Sports Figures Professional Football Hall of Fame
1934
May 15
Alvin Francis Poussaint Alvin Francis Poussaint Bill Cosby Mental Health Psychology Child Advocacy African-American Studies
1934
Aug 18
Rafer Johnson Texas Sports Figures Track and Field The Olympic Games
1934
Oct 07
Amiri Baraka Amiri Baraka Plays
1934
Nov 14
Ellis Marsalis Ellis Marsalis Jazz Education
1935
Jan 09
Earl G. Graves, Sr. Earl G. Graves Journalism Foods and Nutrition
1935
Jan 20
Luther Tucker Tennessee Performing Artists Jazz and Blues
1935
Jan 22
Sam Cooke Mississippi Popular Music
1935
May 27
Ramsey Lewis Chicago Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1935
Aug 18
Simmie Knox Simmie Knox American Artists President Bill Clinton
1935
Aug 18
Gail Fisher New Jersey Performing Artists Actors Television
1935
Aug 31
Eldridge Cleaver U.S. Civil Rights Movement American Authors
1935
Sept 12
Richard Hunt Richard Hunt Artists
1935
Sept 30
Johnny Mathis Johnny Mathis Popular Musicians
1935
Dec 20
William Julius Wilson William Julius Wilson Education
1936
Feb 17
Jim Brown Jim Brown Football Hall of Fame
1936
Feb 21
Barbara Jordan Barbara Jordan U.S. Congress
1936
Apr 23
Roy Orbison Texas Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1936
May 27
Louis Gossett Jr. New York City Performing Artists Actors Film
1936
May 28
Betty Shabazz Betty Shabazz Malcolm X U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1936
Aug 21
Wilt Chamberlain Wilt Chamberlain Basketball Hall of Fame
1936
Oct 19
Johnetta Cole Johnetta Cole Education
1937
Jan 4
Grace Bumbry Grace Bumbry Opera
1937
Feb 20
Nancy Wilson Ohio Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1937
Feb 23
Claude Brown New York City Author & Illustrators African American Registry
1937
Oct 02
Johnnie Cochran Louisiana Law and Legal Resources
1937
Oct 28
Lenny Wilkens Lenny Wilkens Basketball Hall of Fame
1938
Jan 10
Willie McCovey Alabama Baseball Hall of Fame
1938
Feb 02
Simon Estes Simon Estes Opera
1938
Nov 24
Oscar Robertson Tennessee Sports Figures Basketball Hall of Fame
1939
Jan 27
Julius Lester Julius Lester Young-Adult Authors
1939
Feb 10
Roberta Flack North Carolina Performing Artists Popular Musicians Four-time Grammy Award Winner
1939
Mar 25
Toni Cade Bambara New York City Authors and Illustrators Authors & Illustrators
1939
Apr 02
Marvin Gaye Washington, D.C. Popular Musicians
1939
May 07
Jimmy Ruffin Jimmy Ruffin Popular Musician
1939
Nov 26
Tina Turner Tina Turner Popular Musicians
Notable African-Americans:  1940 - 1949
1940
Jan 14
Julian Bond Julian Bond American Civil Rights Movement
1940
Jan 26
Sherian Cadoria Sherian Cadoria Military Leaders
1940
Feb 19
Smokey Robinson Smokey Robinson Popular Musicians
1940
Mar 12
Al Jarreau Wisconsin Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1940
Apr 16
Eleanora Tate Eleanora Tate Authors & Illustrators Primary Children's Authors
1940
May 22
Bernard Shaw Bernard Shaw Broadcast Journalism Television
1940
Sept 15
Anne Moody Anne Moody Authors & Illustrators
1940
Nov 21
Dr. John Dr. John Jazz
1940
Dec 01
Richard Pryor Illinois Actors Film Biography.com
1940
Dec 12
Dionne Warwick Dionne Warwick Popular Musicians
1941
Jan 24
Aaron Neville The Neville Borthers Popular Musicians
1941
Mar 06
Willie Stargell Oklahoma Baseball Hall of Fame
1941
Mar 18
Wilson Pickett Alabama Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1941
May 22
Paul Winfield California Performing Artists Actors Film
1941
Aug 20
William H. Gray III William H. Gray III Pennsylvania Political Leaders
1941
Sept 05
Gloria Jean Pinkney Gloria Jean Pinkney Primary Children's Authors
1941
Sept 09
Otis Redding Otis Redding Popular Music
1941
Oct 03
Chubby Checker South Carolina Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1941
Oct 08
Jesse Jackson Jesse Jackson U.S. Civil Rights
1942
Jan 17
Muhammad Ali Muhammad Ali Boxing Olympic Games
1942
Feb 17
Huey P. Newton Louisiana U.S. Civil Rights
1942
Mar 25
Aretha Franklin Aretha Franklin Popular Musicians
1942
Oct 18
Joyce Hansen Joyce Hansen Young-Adult Authors
1942
Nov 27
Jimi Hendrix Jimi Hendrix Popular Musicians
1942
Dec 20
Bob Hayes Bob Hayes Track & Field The Olympic Games Football
1943
Jan 05
George Washington Carver George Washington Carver Educators of Note American Scientists & Mathematicians
1943
Feb 09
Barbara Lewis Michigan Performing Artists Popular Musicians African American Registry
1943
May 13
Mary Wells Michigan Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1943
May 25
Leslie Uggams Leslie Uggams Popular Musicians Actors 1968 Tony Award for Best Actress Emmy Award Winner
1943
May 29
Melvin Dixon Connecticut Authors African-American Studies Poetry
1943
May 30
Gayle Sayers Kansas Sports Figures College Football Hall of Fame Professional Football Hall of Fame
1943
Sept 13
Mildred Taylor Mildred Taylor Young-Adult Authors Children's Literature
1943
Sept 19
Joe Morgan Texas Sports Figures Baseball
1943
Nov 06
Ann Hobson Pilot Ann Hobson Pilot Classical Musicians
1943
Nov 16
James W. Mitchell James W. Mitchell Chemistry
1943
Dec 12
Grover Washington, Jr New York Jazz & Blues
1943
Dec 15
Fats Waller Fats Waller Jazz Musicians American Composers/Songwriters
1944
Jan 12
Joe Frazier South Carolina Sports Figures Biography.com
1944
Jan 26
Angela Davis Alabama Political & Social Leaders Civil/Human  Rights African American Registry
1944
Feb 09
Alice Walker Alice Walker Poetry 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for The Color Purple
1944
Mar 26
Diana Ross Detroit Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1944
May 02
Elijah McCoy Elijah McCoy Inventors and Inventions
1944
May 28
Gladys Knight Georgia Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1944
Aug 25
Sherley Anne Williams California Authors & Illustrators Primary Authors Poetry
1944
Nov 27
Mickey Leland Mickey Leland Human Rights Earth & Enviroinmental Science
1945
Oct 04
Clifton Davis Chicago Performing Artists Musician Actors
1945
Nov 17
Elvin Hayes Louisiana Sports Figures Basketball Hall of Fame
1945
Dec 14
Stanley Crouch Stanley Crouch Journalism Jazz
1946
Jan 10
Countee Cullen Countee Cullen Poetry
1946
Mar 05
Michael Warren Indiana Performing Artists Actors Television
1946
Mar 14
Wes Unseld Kentucky Sports Figures Basketball Hall of Fame
1946
Aug 19
Charles Bolden Charles Bolden Astronauts
1946
Oct 10
Ben Vereen Florida Stage and Theater Film
1946
Nov 26
Art Shell Art Shell Professional Football Hall of Fame
1947
Jan 20
Josh Gibson Josh Gibson The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
1947
Apr 11
Meshach Taylor Massachusetts Peforming Artists Actors Film Television
1947
Apr 16
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar New York Sports Figures Basketball Hall of Fame Famous African Americans
1947
Nov 14
Buckwheat Zydeco Louisiana Performing Artists Actors Television Film
1947
Dec 7
Wilton Gregory Wilton Gregory Catholicism
1948
Feb 03
Laura Wheeling Waring American Artists
1948
Mar 16
C. Vivian Stringer C. Vivian Stringer Basketball Coach
1948
Apr 07
Cheryl Willis Hudson Virginia Authors and Illustrators American Artists Primary Authors
1948
Apr 18
Nate Archibald New York City Sports Figures Basketbal Hall of Fame
1948
Aug 21
Sharon Mills Draper Sharon Mills Draper Children's Literature
1948
Sept 27
Bryant Gumbel Louisiana Performing Artists Television
1948
Oct 24
Kweisi Mfume Kweisi Mfume Human Rights/Civil Rights Politics and Elections
1949
Jan 10
George Foreman George Foreman Boxing
1949
Jan 10
Glen Robinson Indiana Sports Figures Basketball
1949
Nov 13
Whoopi Goldberg Whoopi Goldberg Actors Film 1990 Academy Award for Ghost
1949
Nov 19
Ahmad Rashad (Bobby Moore) Oregon Football
Notable African-Americans:  1950 - 1959
1950
Jan 16
Debbie Allen Texas Performing Artists Dance
1950
Jan 25
Gloria Naylor Gloria Naylor American Authors
1950
Feb 06
Natalie Cole Los Angeles Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1950
Feb 22
Julius Erving Julius Erving Basketball Hall of Fame
1950
Mar 07
Franco Harris New Jersey Sports Figures Professional Football Hall of Fame
1950
Mar 11
Bobby McFerrin New York City Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1950
Apr 01
Charles Richard Drew Washington, D.C. Blood Medical Research
1950
Apr 03
Carter Woodson Carter Woodson Education
1950
May 19
Rod Milburn Louisiana Political and Social Leaders Track and Field The Olympic Games
1950
Sept 16
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Education
1950
Oct 5
Edward P. Jones Edward P. Jones 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction: The Known World
1950
Oct 20
Nikki Grimes New York City Authors and Illustrators Primary Children's Authors Young-adult Authors Poetry
1950
Oct 21
Ronald E. McNair Ronald McNair Physics Astronauts
1950
Nov 07
Alexa Canady Alexa Canady Medicine
1951
Apr 20
Luther Vandross Luther Vandross Popular Musicians Winner of Multiple Grammys
1951
May 13
Steveland Morris Hardaway (Stevie Wonder) Michigan Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1951
Sept 18
Dr. Benjamin Solomon Carson Dr. Benjamin Solomon Carson Health Care Profesisonals
1951
Sept 25
Bob McAdoo North Carolina Sports Figures Basketball Hall of Fame
1951
Oct 18
Terry McMillan Terry McMillan Authors & Illustrators
1952
Jan 12
Walter Moseley Walter Moseley Authors & Illustrators
1952
May 21
Mr. T Illinois Performing Artists Actors Television
1952
May 23
Marvin Hagler New Jersey Sports Figures Boxing
1952
Aug 28
Rita Dove Rita Dove Poetry 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry
1953
Mar 08
Jim Rice South Carolina Sports Figures Baseball
1953
Mar 23
Chaka Khan Chaka Khan Popular Musicians
1953
Apr 6
Jerdine Nolen Jerdine Nolen Primary Children's Authors African-American Authors & Illustrators
1953
May 02
"Keith" Jamaal Wilkes Basketball
1953
Oct 15
Tito Jackson Michael Jackson Popular Musicians
1953
Nov 08
Alfre Woodard Television Film
1954
Jan 25
Debbi Chocolate Debbi Chocolate Primary Children's Authors American Artists
1954
Jan 29
Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey Television Business
1954
Aug 20
Al Roker Al Roker Television
1954
Sept 08
Ruby Bridges Ruby Bridges New Orleans U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1955
Mar 12
Charlie "Yardbird" Parker Charlie Yardbird Parker Jazz
1955
Oct 06
Tony Dungy Mississippi Sports Figures Football Coach
1956
Jan 08
Floyd Cooper Floyd Cooper American Artists Primary Non-Fiction Titles
1956
Feb 12
Arsenio Hall Ohio Performing Artists Television
1956
Feb 28
Adrian Dantley Washington, D.C. Basketball
1956
May 29
LaToya Jackson Indiana Entertainers Popular Musicians
1956
Oct 17
Mae Jemison Mae Jemison Astronauts
1956
Dec 16
E. B. (Earl Bradley) Lewis E.B. Lewis American Artists Young-adult Authors
1957
Feb 16
LeVar Burton Actors Reading Rainbow African American Registry
Ice-T New Jersey Performing Artists Actors Television
1957
Feb 19
Dave Stewart Baseball
1957
Apr 15
Evelyn Ashford Louisiana Sports Figures Track & Field Olympics
1958
Mar 28
W.C. Handy W.C. Handy Jazz Composers
1959
Aug 29
Michael Jackson Michael Jackson Popular Musicians
Notable African-Americans:  1960 - 1969
1960
Jan 28
Zora Neale Hurston Zora Neale Hurston American Authors
1960
Mar 07
Joe Carter Oklahoma Sports Figures Baseball
1960
Mar 26
Marcus Allen California Sports Figures College Football Hall of Fame
1960
May 09
Tony Gwynn California Sports Figures Baseball
1960
Aug 26
Branford Marsali Branford Marsalis Jazz Popular Musicians
1961
Feb 27
James Worthy North Carolina Sports Figures Basketball
1961
Mar 14
Kirby Puckett Chicago Baseball
1961
Apr 03
Eddie Murphy New York Performing Artists Actors Television Film
1961
May 14
Valerie Still Kentucky Sports Figures Basketball African-American Studies
1961
Aug 28
Brian Pinkney Brian Pinkney Primary Children's Author Artists
1961
Sept 25
James E. Ransome North Carolina Authors & Illustrator Primary Authors American Artists
1961
Oct 18
Wynton Marsalis Wynton Marsalis Popular Musicians
1961
Dec 19
Reggie White Tennessee Sports Figures Football
1962
Mar 03
Jackie Joyner-Kersee Jackie Joyner-Kersee Track and Field The Olympic Games
1962
Mar 03
Herschel Walker Georgia Sports Figures College Foootball Hall of Fame
1962
Mar 13
Terence Blanchard Terence Blanchard Jazz American Composers Film
1962
Mar 26
Augusta Savage Florida American Artists
1962
Aug 27
Yolanda Adams Yolanda Adams Gospel Musicians
1962
Oct 13
Jerry Rice Mississippi Sports Figures
1963
Feb 17
Michael Jordan Michael Jordan Basketball
1963
Feb 20
Charles Barkley Alabama Sports Figures Basketball
1963
Aug 27
W.E.B. Du Bois W.E.B. Du Bois American Authors American Social leaders
1963
Sept 25
Andrea Davis Pinkney Andrea Davis Pinkney Primary Children's Authors
1963
Nov 16
Zina Garrison Zina Garrison Tennis African American Sports Figures
1964
Feb 12
Jacqueline Woodson Jacqueline Woodson Young-adult Authors
1964
Mar 07
Denyce Graves Denyce Graves Opera
1964
Mar 10
Jasmine Guy Massachusetts Performing Artists Actors Television Film
1965
Feb 21
Malcolm X Malcolm X U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1965
Apr 16
Martin Lawrence American Performing Artists Actors Film Famous African Americans
1965
Sept 08
Dorothy Dandridge Dorothy Dandridge Actors Film
1965
Sept 25
Scottie Pippen Arkansas Sports Figures Basketball
1966
Feb 07
Chris Rock South Carolina Performing Artists Actors
1966
May 16
Janet Jackson Janet Jackson Popular Musicians
1966
Nov 19
Gail Devers Track & Field The Olympic Games
1967
Mar 25
Debi Thomas New York Sports Figures Figure Skating Olympic Games
1967
May 22
Langston Hughes Langston Hughes Poetry
1967
May 28
Glen Rice Michigan Basketball
1968
Jan 14
LL Cool J New York Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1968
Sept 25
Will Smith Will Smith Television Actors
1969
May 15
Emmitt Smith Florida Sports Figures Football
1969
Nov 21
Ken Griffey, Jr. Ohio Sports Figures Baseball
Notable African-Americans:  1970 - 1979
1970
Feb 08
Alonzo Mourning Alonzo Mourning Basketball
1970
Mar 01
Yolanda Griffith Yolanda Griffith Basketball
1970
Mar 18
Queen Latifah Queen Latifah Rap Musicians Actors Film Television
1970
Aug 18
Malcom Jamal Warner New Jersey Performing Artists Actors Television Bill Cosby
1970
Oct 30
Nia Long Nia Long Actors Film Television
1970
Nov 26
Benjamin O. Davis, Sr. Washington, D.C. Military Leaders U.S. Military Leaders
1971
Mar 11
Whitney Young Jr Kentucky Politicial and Social Leaders U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1971
Mar 25
Sheryl Swoopes Texas Sports Figures Basketball
1971
Nov 04
Sean "Puffy" Combs Sean Puffy Combs Popular Musicians
1971
Dec 01
Arthur Spingarn New York City Social Leaders Law & Legal Resources
1971
Dec 09
Ralphe Bunche Ralphe Bunche Nobel Laureate United Nations
1972
Jan 27
Mahalia Jackson Mahalia Jackson Jazz and Gospel
1972
Mar 06
Shaquille O'Neal Shaquille O'Neal Basketball
1972
May 21
Christian McBride Christian McBride Jazz
1972
Oct 20
Snoop Dogg Dog California Performing Artists Popular Musicians
1972
Oct 24
Jackie Robinson Jackie Robinson Baseball Hall of Fame U.S. Civil Rights
1973
Feb 07
Juwan Howard Chicago Sports Figures Basketball
1973
Feb 14
Steve McNair Mississippi Sports Figures Football
1973
Feb 26
Marshall Faulk New Orleans Football
1973
May 14
Shanice Shanice African-American Studies
1976
Jan 23
Paul Robeson Paul Robeson Actors
1976
Feb 27
Tony Gonzalez California Sports Figures Football The Kansas City Chiefs
1976
Apr 25
Tim Duncan U.S. Virgin Islands Basketball
1976
May 19
Kevin Garnett South Carolina Sports Figures Kevin Garnett Basketball
1979
Feb 11
Brandy Mississippi Popular Musicians
1979
Apr 09
Keshia Knight Pulliam Keshia Knight Pulliam Actors Television
Notable African-Americans:  1980 - 1989
1981
Sept 08
Roy Wilkins Roy Wilkins Civil Rights
1982
Feb 17
Theolonious Monk Theolonious Monk Jazz American Composers
1983
Feb 12
Eubie Blake Maryland Performing Artists American Composers
1984
Apr 01
Marvin Gaye Washington, D.C. Popular Musicians
1986
Jan 28
Ronald McNair Ronald McNair Physics Astronauts
1987
Nov 25
Harold Washington Chicago Politics and Elections
1987
Dec 01
James Baldwin James Baldwin American Authors
1989
Aug 28
John Steptoe John Steptoe Primary Children's Author American Artists
1989
Dec 01
Alvin Ailey Alvin Ailey Dance
1990
Jan 13
Sterling Brown Washington, D.C. Poetry
Notable African-Americans:  1990 - 1999
1990
Apr 03
Sarah Vaughan Sarah Vaughan Popular Musicians
1990
Apr 17
Ralph Abernathy Ralph Abernathy U.S. Civil Rights Movement
1990
Apr 25
Dexter Gordon Los Angeles Performing Artists Jazz
1990
May 16
Sammy Davis, Jr. Sammy Davis, Jr. Popular Musicians Dance Actors Film
1992
Feb 10
Alex Haley Alex Haley American Authors
1992
Aug 25
Frederick Douglass O'Neal Mississippi Performing Artists Stage & Theater Television Film
1992
Nov 17
Audre Lorde Audre Lorde Poetry
1993
Jan 24
Thurgood Marshall Thurgood Marshall U.S. Supreme Court
1993
Feb 06
Arthur Ashe Arthur Ashe Tennis
1993
Mar 08
Billy Eckstine Pennsylvania Performing Artsts Popular Musicians Jazz
1993
Apr 08
Marian Anderson Marian Anderson Opera
1994
Apr 15
Ralph Ellison Ralph Ellison American Authors
1996
Jan 17
Barbara Jordan Barbara Jordan U.S. Congress
1996
Apr 03
Carl Stokes Ohio Politics
1997
Jan 16
Ennis Cosby Bill Cosby
1998
Sept 29
Tom Bradley Texas Political Leaders Los Angeles Politics
Notable African-Americans:  2000 - present
2002
Feb 19
Virginia Hamilton Virginia Hamilton Young-Adult Authors
2002
Sept 18
Bob Hayes Bob Hayes Track and Field The Olympic Games Football
2003
Aug 25
Tom Feelings Tom Feelings Primary Childrens Authors American Artists
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