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Prominent Brothers

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Civil Rights Activist
Julius L. Chambers: NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Lester Granger: National Urban League
Frederick Douglass: Anti-Slavery Activist
W.E.B. Dubois: Writer, Historian, Civil Rights Activist
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.: Civil Rights Activist
Thurgood Marshall: Civil Rights Activist, Supreme Court Justice
Paul Robeson: Activist, Scholar, Singer, Football Player
Dick Gregory: Activist
William Gray: United Negro College Fund, Businessman
Franklin Williams: Phelps-Stokes Fund

James Check: Howard University
Thomas W. Cole, Jr.: President, Clark-Atlanta University
William B. DeLauder: President, Delaware St. University
John Hope Franklin: Historian
E. Franklin Frazier: Sociologist
Dennis Kimbro: Author
Frederick Patterson: Founder, UNCF
Dr. Ronald J. Temple: Chancellor, City Colleges of Chicago
Cornell West: Author
Andrew Zawacki: Rhodes Scholar, Author
Dr. Raymond W. Cannon: 1st Edition, Sphinx Magazine
Norm Francis: President, Xavier University

Roscoe Cartwright: General, AUS
Samuel Gravel: Admiral, USN
Edward Honor: Major General, AUS
Fred A. Gorden: Brigadier General
Samuel Gravely: Admiral
Benjamin Hacker: Rear Admiral
Edward Honor: Major General
James McCall: Major General

Dr. Lessall D. Leffall: President, American College of Surgeons
James Comer: Psychologist
Garrett Morgan: Inventor, Traffic Signal
Louis Sullivan: Secretary of Health and Education
Winston Scott: Commander NASA

Dennis Archer: Former Mayor of Detroit
Richard Arrington: Mayor of Birmingham
Willie Brown: Mayor of San Francisco
David Dinkins: Former Mayor of New York
Rev. Emmanuel Cleaver: Mayor of Kansas City
Chaka Fattah: Congressman, Pennsylvania
Ernest Finney: South Carolina Supreme Court Justice
Earl Hilliard: Congressman, Alabama (7th District)
Maynard Jackson: Former Mayor of Atlanta
Thurgood Marshall: Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Earnest “Dutch” Morial: 1st Black Mayor of New Orleans
Marc Morial: Mayor of New Orleans
Charles Rangel: Congressman, New York (15th District)
Robert C. Scott: Congressman, Virginia (3rd District)
Andrew Young: Former Mayor of Atlanta

Thomas J. Burrell: CEO, Burrell Advertising
W. Melvin Brown: CEO, American Development Corp.
John H. Johnson: Entrepreneur
Delano Lewis: President, National Public Radio
Henry Parks: Founder, Parks Sausages, Inc.
Joshua Smith: CEO, Maxima Corporation

Daryl Bell: Actor
Tony Brown: Journalist/Producer
Countee Cullen: Poet
Duke Ellington: Jazz Musician
Donny Hathaway: Musician
Eugene Jackson: National Black Network
Stuart Scott: ESPN Anchorman
Chuck Stone: Philadelphia Daily News
Keenan Ivory Wayans: Comedian, Producer

Quinn Buckner: Former NBA Player and Coach
Wes Chandler: Former NFL Player
Todd Day: NBA Player
Rosie Greer: Former NFL Player
Charles Haley: NFL Player
Michael Jackson: NFL Player
Carnell Lake: NFL Player
Jesse Owens: Olympic Gold Medalist
Fritz Pollard: 1st Black Head Coach in the NFL
Mike Powell: Track Star
Eddie Robinson: Winningest Football Coach in NCAA History
Art Shell: Former NFL Player and Coach
Wes Unseld: Former NBA Player and Coach
Gene Upshaw: President of the NFL Players Association
Lenny Wilkens: Winningest Coach in NBA History
John “Hot Rod” Williams: Former NBA Player
Reggie Williams: Cincinnati Bengals