March 24th in Black History
1837: Canada gave African American Citizens the right to vote.
1962: Sam Cook’s ‘Twistin’ the Night Away’ was the No.1 R&B Song.
1882: Paine College was founded.
1912: Dorothy Height was born.
1962: Star Jones was born.
1970: Mase was born.
1994: ‘Song of Jacob Zulu’ opened at Plymouth Theater in NYC.
2002: Halle Berry became the first black woman to win an Oscar for Best Leading Actress, for ‘Monster’s Ball.