March 7th in Black History:
1873: Madam Sul-Te-Wan, actress, was born
1942: The first cadets graduated from flying school at Tuskegee.
1952: Ernie Isley was born.
1964: Wanda Sykes was born.
1965: Martin Luther King Jr. led thousands in Selma to Montgomery march.
1966: Tina Turner recorded ‘River Deep, Mountain High’
1985: ‘We Are the World’ single was released to benefit African famine.
1987: Mike Tyson became the youngest heavyweight title holder ever.
1991: The fastest man to ever play baseball, James ‘Cool Papa’ Bell passed away
1996: Magic Johnson is 2nd NBA player to reach 10,000 career assists.
2004: Actor Paul Winfield passed away.
2006: Photographer, novelist, poet, director, screenwriter and composer Gordon Parks passed away.