Black History

Segregated Footballl Game - 1955 - Pictures can be deceiving 0

Wrapping Up A Fundraiser – Past Daily’s 2019 Search For Supporters And Why History Is Important.

Become a Patron! After a promising start, sidelined for almost two weeks by a website server crash, the scramble to catch up has been met with mixed results. A lot of you have been supportive of Past Daily during this fundraiser; either by new contributions or renewing older ones. That...

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April 14, 1956 – Frankie Lymon And The Teenagers – LaVern Baker – Count Basie – Alan Freed – 1956 – Past Daily Weekend Pop Chronicles

Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers, LaVern Baker, Count Basie and his Orchestra -CBS Radio: Camel Rock n’ Roll Dance Party – April 16, 1956 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – April 14, 1956 – Sixty-three years ago today, Alan Freed along with LaVerne Baker, Count Basie and Frankie Lymon and...

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Lionel Hampton And Dinah Washington On The Air – 1944 – Past Daily Downbeat

Jubilee – Lionel Hampton and Dinah Washington – October 16, 1944 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – If it wasn’t for the Armed Forces Radio Service, started during World War 2, a vast treasure trove of our cultural heritage would be lost forever. Because the service was aimed at troops...

Shirley Chisholm - the 92nd Congress was going to be different. 0

A Word Or Two From The Congressional Black Caucus – 1971 – Past Daily Reference Room

Congressional Black Caucus – Comment With Edwin Newman – June 13, 1971 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Congressional Black Caucus – a little background via the House of Representatives Webpage: With the opening of the 92nd Congress (1971–1973), the number of black Representatives rose to 13—the greatest number of...

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January 8, 1968 – Civil Rights; In Anticipation Of A Long-Hot Summer – Indicting Dr. Spock – The First Heart Transplant

January 8,1968 – Newsfront – Eastern Educational Network – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – January 8, 1968 – Anticipation of a year of protests. The year was starting off with warnings from Civil Rights leaders that Summer of 1968 was going to be potentially just as hot as summers past,...