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We are The Undefeated. Not Conventional. Never Boring. Born just five years after the end of the Civil War, Robert Sengstacke Abbott founded a weekly newspaper, The Chicago Defender, one of the most important black newspapers in history, in Walker and paved the way for prominent black publishers such as Earl G.

Graves, John H. Johnson and Edward Lewis. The son of slaves, Abbott grew up with a half-German stepfather whose relatives eventually joined the Third Reich during the s.

Ironically enough, young Robert was taught to hate racial injustice , despite encountering it at every turn in his life, from his early foray into the printing business to his time in law school in Chicago, all the way to religious institutions.

An alum of Hampton University then named Hampton Institute , Abbott was a catalyst for the Great Migration at the turn of the 20th century, when 6 million African-Americans from the rural South moved to urban cities in the West, Northeast and Midwest, with , settling in Chicago. Like a politician promising tax breaks to out-of-state companies to inspire relocation, Abbott took it upon himself to lay out the welcome mat for the millions of blacks abandoning the Jim Crow South to head to the Windy City , where manufacturing jobs were awaiting as World War I approached.

What started off as 25 cents in capital and a four-page pamphlet distributed strictly in black neighborhoods quickly grew into a readership that eclipsed half a million a week at its peak, numbers that mirror the Miami Herald and Orlando Sentinel today. The Defender was initially banned in the South due to its encouragement of African-Americans to abandon the area and head North, but the Georgia native used a network of black railroad porters who would eventually become the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters to distribute the paper in Southern states.

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Just over a month earlier, the heavyweight boxing champion refused to be drafted into the Vietnam War. His style, power, ring savvy and winning of an Olympic gold medal and the world heavyweight title three times was unprecedented. He lost the heavyweight crown in His religious conversion to Islam only made him more resolute.

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Former slave. That church, now with a membership of more than 2. Richard Allen, the name he chose as a freedman, came of age during the American Revolution, just as the antislavery movement and denominational Christianity were gaining prominence.

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Recognizing that former slaves and freedmen needed education, he opened a day school for black children and a night school for adults. Despite horrific periods in her life, Angelou rose. The once garrulous girl from Stamps, Arkansas, silenced herself for nearly five years, believing that her voice had killed the man because she identified him to her family.

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