a list of early Moorish Family Clan Names from Medieval Times traceable to present day. Therefore, many Black people in the west, through slavery, who were given European surnames, are in-fact Moorish/African names from antiquities. The name Schwarzenegger is Moorish, from ancient black clans who lived in Germany. Life is circle, and every human is just a part of the whole race, despite what some profess.
What They Never Told You in History Class, Vol.1: Indus Khamit-Kush: This book contains little known facts that are not taught in most history classes. They are verified with references, names and quotations from renown scholars and historians, some of whom are not African American. This is a great source to me as a news writer. There parts on lineage, references to the ancient worlds and modern historical events.
Lowell Perry in 1957 became the first African-American coach in modern NFL history when he coached receivers for the PITTSBURGH STEELERS! Later in 1966 he became the first African-American to broadcast an NFL game to a national audience.
Jonathan A. Rodgers was named president of CBS's television stations division (September 3, 1990) which made him the highest ranking African American in network television. Prior to his appointment Mr. Rodgers had been general manager of WBBM-TV (CBS's Chicago Station). He later became the President of the Discovery Networks before moving on his current post as president of TV-One.
Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee was the first African-American woman to be appointed dean of a United States medical school. Her identity is associated with a famous family name, as she is the sister of music legend Diana Ross. She now serves as dean of the New York Institute of Technology's New York College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Bessie Stringfield (1911–1993), nicknamed "The Motorcycle Queen of Miami",was the first African-American woman to ride across the United States solo, and during World War II she served as one of the few motorcycle dispatch riders for the United States military. Stringfield was inducted into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame.; the award bestowed by the American Motorcyclist Association for 'Superior Achievement by a Female Motorcyclist' is named in her honor.
Africa - Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples (1972) Published in December 1971 with the article “The Zulus: Black Nation in a Land of Apartheid,” this map is a supplement to the “Heritage of Africa” map printed in the same issue. Featuring a physical map with the names of groups and their languages, this map also contains beautiful illustrations and interesting facts about the diverse peoples that inhabit the continent. A varied look at the source of all African descendants world wide.