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Elijah Stewart is an associate producer for NY1, Founder & Host on Nu Generation Media & Podcast Network and Sports Editor of TheHub.News

This Day in History: October 16th

When Tommie Smith and John Carlos lined up on the starting blocks at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, they knew the 200-meter...

This Day in History: September 29th

The television industry was scratching the surface of its capabilities in the 1970s. Cable television was still in its infancy; and despite just a...

This Day in History: September 8th

Black stars of the present and the future were the talk of this year’s U.S. Open. But 60 years prior, Althea Gibson made history...

This Day in History: September 1st

Before George Coleman Poage made history at the 1904 Summer Olympic games, the Missouri-born trailblazer had already been accustomed to completing extraordinary “firsts.” Poage was...

This Day in History: August 31

Baseball icon Frank Robinson was born on this day in 1935 in Beaumont, Texas. He died in February of 2019, after losing a battle...

This Day in History: August 7th

Baseball trailblazer Hank Aaron ranked on the all-time home run list for more than three decades before Barry Bonds eclipsed him in front of...

This Day in History: July 26

By the time World War II ended, some of President Franklin Roosevelt’s efforts to address civil rights issues within the military began to erode....

This Day in History: June 26th

Before he would simply be known as “The Captain” to Yankees fans across the world, Derek Jeter was born in New Jersey to an...

This Day in History: June 20th

Muhammad Ali's anti-Vietnam War stance cost him his heavyweight title and nearly his freedom when an all-white jury convicted him of draft evasion on...

This Day in History: June 17th

American Troops faced a crucial moment on June 17th the Revolutionary War as the British Army occupied Boston for several months in 1775. Seeking...

This Day in History: June 6th

Civil Rights activist James Meredith became the first African-American to attend the University of Mississippi on October 1, 1962 when Mississippi National Guard and...

Kaepernick, NFL Arrange Workout

It’s been nearly three years since Colin Kaepernick has taken a snap in an NFL game. But the quarterback and activist is reportedly hoping...

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This Day in History: October 17th

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