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53 years ago today: Muhammad Ali’s legacy begins

Before he was known as Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay of Louisville, Kentucky was a winner. In fact, 53 years ago today the light heavyweight champion took home his very first win after beating opponent Tunney Hunsaker. He was just 18 at the time, but played like the pro we all came to know him to be.

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45 years ago today: The famous Olympic Games black power salute

Tommie Smith and John Carlos made history at the Olympics in 1968. As the pair accepted the gold and bronze medals in the 200m, they silently raised a gloved hand as the American National Anthem played during the ceremony.

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Dee 1 gives back to homeless in new video

Dee 1 is more than a rap artist. He’s an activist. His latest video “Walking Revolution,” shows the world just how much the New Orleans artist cares about his community. 7 out of 10 Americans are one paycheck away from being homeless. This video was meant to shine light.

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Clip of the Day: 7th graders Malcolm Brickhouse & Jarad Dawkins are two dope punk rock artists

Two young boys are on a mission to literally rock your socks off. Their band, Unlocking the Truth, is a punk rock band based in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Malcolm Brickhouse & Jarad Dawkins perform songs they’ve written about love, school and everyday life.

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Adorable 2-year-old dances to Beyonce with mom

Tianne King has a star in the making on her hands.
Her o so adorable 2-year-old daughter has been wowing YouTube since King put up a video of her dancing to Beyonce’s “End of Time.”
Check out the little dancer.

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On This Day: Nelson Mandela Honored With Congressional Gold Medal

Nelson Mandela will go down in history as arguably one of the most brave and influential people in the world. 15 years ago today, the leader and activist was presented with the Congressional Gold Medal.

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Watch: Jerusha Trotman and Pilar Hill Are Two Impressive Violinists

Late last month, two of New York’s finest young violinists graced local Fox 5. Jerusha Trotman, 14, and Pilar Hill, 7, appeared of Good Day Street Talk as part of the Noel Pointer Foundation.The foundation has been bringing classical music instruction to inner city youth since 1998.

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Russell Simmons to Arsenio: “It Was Probably The Worse Idea In My Life”

A few weeks ago, we reported on “The Harriet Tubman Sextape,” a satirical attempt at revisionist history. The “comedic” bit argued that Harriet Tubman’s ability to lead slaves to freedom was the result of a blackmail attempt: she had sex with her white master and videotaped it. Folks took issue with Russell Simmons for the skit, because his company aired and funded the project. In response to public pressure, Simmons took down the video and apologized. Game over, right? Wrong.

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(VIDEO) Meet Terra: The Best 6-year-old B-Girl Out There

6-year-old Terra is the best B-Girl in the land. The British native took the world by storm when a video of her break dancing went viral earlier this year.

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Amazing: Detroit’s Youngest Entrepreneur Wants To Revitalize Detroit’s Economy

You’re about to read about one of the most successful young people in America. 10-year-old Asia Newsom is Detroit’s youngest entrepreneur.Her candle company, Super Business Girl, is thriving and breathing life back into a much needed economy.

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