Good morning family and friends! Jesse B. Blayton, Sr. is the first African-American to own and operate a radio station. His radio station, WERD-AM, was established in Atlanta, Georgia on October 3, 1949. Jesse Blayton was born in Fallis, Oklahoma on December 6, 1879. http://www.facebook.com/AfricanAmerican100 Celebrating accomplishments of African-Americans.
Hannibal of Carthage may be the greatest military commander. I respect the courage that he had as he lead his people through many battles. He lived between 247 B.C.- 183 B.C. He is an example of the greatness that exists within us as African-Americans. I am thankful to be a black man without shame, guilt, or a desire to change that reality.
Donyale Luna was a very beautiful model and actress. She was the first African-American to grace the cover of Vogue. (August 31, 1945 – May 17, 1979).