Today, In Black history…

A reminder of the greatness of the melanated people…Today we honor the brothers and sisters who have accomplished great feats we never heard of. Lost within the confides of history we consistently forget who we are and what we created because it is washed in the archives of time. This is Today, In Black history….

January 25th,

Alicia Keys, R&B artist, was born on this day. 1981

Idi Amin becomes president of Uganda after successfully staging a coup d’etat on this day, 1971

Black Entertainment Television (BET) launches on this day, 1980

Constance baker Motley becomes the first African women federal judge on this day, 1966

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