Rundles, Jim
April 2013
Jackson Advocate;4/4/2013, Vol. 75 Issue 26, p11A
The article focuses on notable African Americans and their accomplishments in the U.S. They include President Barack Obama, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and actor, film director and narrator Morgan Freeman. Also included are questions and answers on the success of musician Ray Charles in the entertainment industry. It also offers information on diplomat, political scientist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Ralph Bunche.


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