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Black News and News Makers in History

10/2/1967: Robert H Lawerence, Jr., first African American assigned astronaut, dies in tragic jet crash before space mission.

10/3/1879: Jesse Stahl, cowboy & rodeo star, born.

10/3/1881: Dudley Woodard, mathematician, born.

10/3/1941: Ernest Evans (Chubby Checkers), singer best known for 1960s hit "The Twist" that sparked biggest dance craze since 1920s Charleston, born.

10/3/1956: Nat King Cole, first African American singer to host own television show, airs.

10/4/1864: The New Orleans Tribune, first African American daily newspaper founded by Dr. Louis Roundanez.

10/5/1958: Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist, born.

10/6/1871: Fisk Jubilee Singers begin first international tour.

10/7/1821: William Still, civil rights activist involved in anti-slavery movement, researcher & writer, born.

10/7/1888: Sargent C. Johnson, pioneering Harlem Renaissance artist known for wood, cast stone & ceramic sculptures, born.

10/7/1889: Clarence Muse, attorney, writer, composer, director & actor, born.

10/7/1954: Marian Anderson, opera singer, becomes first Black hired by Metropolitan Opera.

10/7/1984: Walter Payton, Chicago Bears running back, passed Jim Brown as NFL's career rushing leader.

10/7/1985: Lynette Woodward, athlete, chosen as first woman to play with Harlem Globetrotters.