February 28, 2010

Best Of The Circle : Volume One

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February 24, 2010

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February 21, 2010

This Day In #blackhistory :

On Feb. 21, 1965 - Malcolm X (39) is assassinated in Audubon Ballroom at a rally of his organization. Three Blacks were later convicted of the crime and sentenced to life imprisonment.


February 20, 2010

ThrowBack Video : Black History Month

*SideNote* I love history and science, since i could read...i loved it since. as Myles say its a beautiful thing. It is and to able learn about our world's past. Even more as being an young African American to study about where we came from and how many people of different colors lost their lives or the ones who didn't fighting for the many freedoms we have today. Truly, One month isn't enough for people in general to learn about black history but must know that it is an important apart of American history. I really suggest going to your grandparents,great grandparents,uncles,aunts ,etc. and learn more about your family history. see how far your family tree reaches and i guarantee you will find out some amazing things and its all YOUR FAMILY. ReadUP.

"You Don't Know Where I'm Headed Til You Seen Where I Been"

February 16, 2010

Dinoo Supreemo - Bust That (HOOD VIDEO)

lil hood video . 1st time doin' it . i'm tight . HAHAHAHA .

February 8, 2010

@2M3 - UK "Get It Girl" Performance

February 6, 2010

@MarcelDion - Save Us

A new record off my next official mixtape 'Mercury & The Moon'
coming later this month... I will set an official date very soon!

Also check it out on www.RnBXclusive.com

February 5, 2010

Dinoo Supreemo - Bust That (NEW SHIT 2010)

2010 #TheCircle NEW SHIT !!

February 3, 2010

Shirley Ann Jackson

Jackson, Shirley Ann (1946- )Shirley Ann Jackson, born in 1946 in Washington, D.C., has achieved numerous firsts for African American women. She was the first black woman to earn a Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T); to receive a Ph.D.

FEB. 3 Black History Facts

1. 1999 - Cyber-Youth Network Launch
On Wednesday, February 3rd, for the first time in history, America's urban students will have a Web site specifically designed to address their educational needs and interests. The site -- called the Cyber-Youth Network -- provides a model for online education by offering students and teachers culturally relevant mater...

2. 1997 - Jazz artist Tony Williams dies
Award-winning jazz drummer Tony Williams dies in Daly City, California

3. 1989 - Bill White named president of National League
Six time All-Star Bill White was named president of National League.

4. 1989 - Tennis player Lori McNeil defeats Chris Evert
Tennis professional Lori McNeil defeated Chris Evert in the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo.

5. 1989 - Former Saint Louis Cardinals first baseman Bill White is named president of the National League. He is the first African American to head a major sports league.

6. 1988 - Confederate Flag Protest
In Montgomery, Alabama, Thomas Reed, president of the Alabama chapter of the NAACP, was arrested after he and 11 others attempted to strike a Confederate flag flying atop the state capitol building.

7. 1981 -The Air Force Academy drops its ban on applicants with sickle cell trait.

8. 1965 - Geraldine McCullough Wins Widener Gold Medal
Geraldine McCullough, sculptor, wins the Widener Gold Medal award.

9. 1964 - Blacks, Puerto Ricans Boycott NYC Public Schools
School officials reported that 464,000 Black and Puerto Rican students boycotted New York City public schools. More than 267,000 were absent during second boycott, March 16.

10. 1956 - U of Alabama First Black Student
Autherine J. Lucy becomes the first black student to attend the University of Alabama. She was expelled three days later "for her own safety" in response to threats from a mob. In 1992 Autherine Lucy Foster graduated from the University with a master’s degree in education. The same day, her daughter, Grazia Foster,graduated with a bachelor’s degree in corporate finance.

11. 1948 - Black Mother and Sons Condemned to Death
Rosa Ingram and her fourteen-and sixteen -year-old sons condemned to death for the alleged murder of a white Georgian. Mrs. Ingram said she acted in self-defense.

12. 1948 -Laura Wheeler Waring, portrait painter and illustrator dies.

13. 1920 - Negro Baseball League founded
The Negro Baseball League founded.

14. 1903 - Jack Johnson, Negro Heavyweight
On February 3, 1903; Jackson became the first Negro Heavyweight Champion

15. 1874 - Blanche Kelso Bruce elected to US Senate
Blanche Kelso Bruce elected to a full six-year term in the U.S. Senate by the Mississippi legislature.

16. 1810 - Black Hero of Argentina dies
Antonio Ruiz (El Negro Falucho), national hero of Buenos Aires, Agentina, dies for his country.

17. 0 - Reginald F. Lewis
Lewis was born on this day in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his law degree from Harvard Law School in 1968. He was a partner in Murphy, Thorpes& Lewis, the first black law firm on Wall Street. In 1989 he became president and CEO of TLC Beatrice International food Company, Lewis became the head of the largest black--owned business in the United States. TLC Beatrice had revenues of $1.54 billion in 1992


February 2, 2010



Huey P. Newton

Newton, Huey P. (1942–1989)Huey P. NewtonBorn in Monroe, Louisiana, the youngest and seventh son, Newton was named after the populist governor Huey Long. His parents moved to Oakland during World War II seeking economic opportunities. Newton attended Merritt College, where he met Bobby Seale.

Jonathan Jasper Wright

Wright, Jonathan J. (1840-1885) , the first African American to serve on a state Supreme Court, was born in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania and grew up in nearby Susquehanna County in the northeastern corner of the state. In 1858, Wright traveled to Ithaca, New York where he enrolled in the Lancasterian Academy, a school where older students helped teach younger ones. He graduated in 1860 and for the next five years taught school and read law in Pennsylvania.

FEB. 2 Black History Facts

1. 1989 - Rebellion After Suspicious Death During Arrest
In Tampa,Florida, a rebellion followed the suspicious death of Edgar Allen Price, a police suspect who died during an arrest. Police contended that Price "hit his head on the ground several times."

2.1962 - Eleven People Arrested After Sit-In
Seven whites and four Blacks arrested after all-night sit-in at Englewood, N.J., city hall. Four Black mothers arrested after sit-in at Chicago elementary school. Mothers later received suspended $50 fines. Protests, picketing and demonstrations continued for several weeks against de facto segregation, double shifts a...

3. 1948 - Truman sends Congress Anti-Lynching Message
President Truman sent Congress a special message urging adoption of a civil rights program, including a fair employment practices commission and anti-lynching and anti-poll tax measures.

4. 1915 - Biologist Ernest E. Just Receives Spingarn Medal
Biologist Ernest E. Just receives the Spingarn medal for his pioneering in cell division and fertilization.

5. 1914 - William Ellisworth Artist is born
William Ellisworth Artist is born in Washington,N.C. Educated at Syracuse University and a student of Augusta Savage. His works will be exhibited at Atlanta University, the Whitney Museum, the Two Centuries of Black American Art exhibit and collected by Fisk University, Hampton University, the North Carolina Museum of...

6. 1912 - Quartet Singer Herbert Mills born
Herbert Mills, of the original Mills Brothers Quartet, was born in Piqua, Ohio. The highly successful quartet was known for its smooth harmony.

7. 1897 - Ice Cream Scooper Invented
Alfred L. Cralle invented the ice cram scooper, patent #576,395

8. 1897 - A.L. Cralle patents Ice Cream Mold
Cralle, A. L. Ice-Cream Mold Feb. 02, 1897 Patent No.576,395

9. 1862 - District of Columbia abolishes slavery
District of Columbia abolishes slavery

10. 1839 - Spark Plug Patent
Inventor Edmond Berger patented the spark plug.