March 15th in Black History
1933: NAACP began a coordinated attack on segregation & discrimination.
1933: Los Angeles Sentinel was founded by Leon H. Washington.
1944: Sly Stone was born.
1946: Barry Bonds was born.
1955: Fats Domino recorded ‘Ain’t It A Shame’
1962: Terence Trent D’arby was born.
1975: Will.i.am was born.
1985: Larry Holmes knocked out David Bey in 10 rounds.
1987: Bill Cosby winner at the 13th People’s Choice Awards.
1988: The 1st Black Archbishop, Eugene Antonio Marino, assigned to Atlanta.
1994: Whitney Houston & Toni Braxton winners at the 8th Soul Train Music Awards.
1996: Ella Fitgerald passed away.
1999: Chess Player Maurice Ashley attained the rank of International Grand Master.
2011: Nate Dogg passed away.