In the nearly 40 years since his untimely death, Bob Marley still remains the most popular figure in reggae music.
Thurgood Marshall, the first Black justice to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, was confirmed to the nation's highest legal body on Aug. 30, 1967. Fifty-four years later, his legacy lives on through these life-changing quotes he spoke in life.
Georgia Rep. Lucy McBath, penned an emotional birthday letter to her son, Jordan Davis, a teenager killed by a white man angry over the volume of the music in the car in which he was a passenger in 2012.
The Rev. Al Sharpton achieved a milestone within a lifetime filled with multiple other milestones. See pictures of his life here.
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