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A Perfect Blend: The First Lady of Motown
May 18, 2017
Claudette Robinson, was just a teen in 1953 when her brother was drafted into the army. Unbeknownst to her, her brother’s drafting was about to change the trajectory of more than just one life in her family. ... read more »
9th Annual Friends of Fuller B. Gordy ‘Strikefest’
November 30, 2016
The Motown legacy continued when Friends of Fuller B. Gordy held one of the most prestigious family-oriented charity events: The 9th Annual Friends of Fuller "Strikefest" ... read more »
Black History Los Angeles
February 10, 2016
From Motown moving to L.A., to the first African American Fire Chief, there is a lot of Black History in Los Angeles ... read more / view gallery »
History of Black Entertainment from 1910-1950s
February 3, 2016
In 1914, actor Sam Lucas became the first African American actor to star in a full-length film and play in “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” His career began in blackface minstrelsy, but he soon branched out to pursue serious dramas such as “The Creole Show” and “A Trip to Coontown”. ... read more »
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