Diversity - Black History Month 40 people
Reverend Al Sharpton
African-American Preacher & Activist; Foremost Civil Rights Leader; Radio Host on SiriusXM Urban View
Feminist, Social Activist & Writer
10-time Grammy Award-Winning Musician; Conductor Known For "Don't Worry, Be Happy"
Dr. Cornel West
Provocative Public Intellectual & Groundbreaking Author
Racial & Cultural Economics Expert; President Emeritus, Bennett College for Women
Actor & Literacy Advocate
Marian Wright Edelman
Academy Award-Nominated Director, Producer, Writer & Actor; Best Known for "Do the Right Thing" and "Malcolm X"
Dr. Bernice King
Minister, Attorney & Daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Former Chairman of the Board, NAACP
First African-American Child to Integrate a White Southern Elementary School
Retired NFL Safety
Television Analyst, Five-time NBA All-Star, and Racing Enthusiast
Stephen A. Smith
First Female and First African-American News Anchor in Atlanta
Former NBA Player, Entrepreneur, Community Leader, ESPN Analyst
CNN's White House Correspondent
Former RB with the Broncos. Currently with NFL Network. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Olympic Gold Medal-Winning Gymnast
Veteran Democratic Political Strategist, Adjunct Professor, Author, and Syndicated Columnist
Actor, Author, & Philanthropist; Best Known for His Roles in "CSI; NY" and "Homeland"
Emmy Award-Winning Talk Show Host; Best Known For "The Montel Williams Show;" Multiple Sclerosis Activist
Award-Winning Artist, Actor, Producer, Musician & Writer
Founder & CEO at Walker & Company Brands, Inc. & Former VP of Foursquare
Coach Ken Carter
Coach, Author, Educator And Inspiration for the Film "Coach Carter"
Dr. Tererai Trent
Internationally Recognized Voices for Quality Education and Women’s Empowerment; Oprah Winfrey's "All-Time Favorite Guest"
Academy Award-Nominated Director & Producer; Best Known for "Selma" and the Netflix Documentary "13th"