Bro. Robert Abbot - Founder of the Chicago Defender Bro. Richard Allen - Founder/first Bishop of the A.M.E. Church Bro. Alexander T. Augusta - First African-American to head a hospital
in the U.S. Bro. Marion Barry - Former Mayor of Washington, D.C. Bro. William "Count" Basie - Orchestra leader/composer Bro. James J.G. Bias - Founder of the Philadelphia Vigilance Committee Bro. Henry Blair - First Black
to receive a U.S. patent Bro. James Herbert "Eubie" Blake - Composer/Pianist Bro. Edward Bouchet - First Black to be elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society Bro. William Wells Brown - First Black to publish a novel Bro. Nathaniel
"Nat King" Cole - Singer Bro. Ossie Davis - Actor/Director/Playwrite Bro. Martin R. Delany - First Black to matriculate from Harvard Medical School/First Black Major in the U.S. Army Bro. W.E.B. DuBois - Educator/author/historian Bro. Alexander Dumas - Author Bro. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington - Orchestra leader/composer Bro. Medgar Wiley Evers - Civil Rights leader Bro. James Forten - Abolitionist/manufacturer Bro. Timothy Thomas Fortune - Journalist Bro. Alex Haley - Author Bro. William C. Handy - Composer Bro. Matthew Henson - Explorer Bro. Benjamin L. Hooks - Former Executive Director of the N.A.A.C.P. Bro. Jesse Jackson - Founder of the Rainbow Coalition and Operation
Push Bro. Maynard Jackson - First black Mayor of Atlanta Bro. John H. Johnson - Publisher of Ebony and Jet magazines Bro. Jack Johnson - First Black heavyweight boxing champion in U.S. Bro. Absalom Jones - First Black Priest
in the Episcopal Church in U.S. Bro. Dr. Ernest Everett Just - One of the founders of Omega Psi Phi and renowned zoologist Bro. Don King - Boxing promoter Bro. Lewis Howard Latimer - Inventor of the carbon filament for light Bro. Thurgood Marshall - Former Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court Bro. Amos T. Hall Former Judge and Lawyer for the NACCP Bro. Benjamin E. Mays - Former President of Morehouse College Bro. Leon M'Ba - First President
of the Republic of Gabon Bro. Kweisi Mfume – Former Executive Director of the N.A.A.C.P. Bro. Richard Pryor - Comedian/Actor Bro. Alexander Pushkin - Poet/Novelist/Play write Bro. A. Philip Randolph - Founder and First
President of the International Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters Bro. Charles Rangel - U.S. Congressman Bro. Joseph Jenkins Robert s -First President of the Republic of Liberia Bro. "Sugar” Ray Robinson - Former mid/light
heavyweight boxing champion Bro. Arthur A. Schomburg - Historian/Author Rev. Bro. Al Sharpton - Civil Rights Advocate Bro. Carl B. Stokes - First Black Mayor of Cleveland, OH Bro. Louis Stokes - Former U.S. Congressman Bro. David Walker - Author of "David Walker's Appeal Bro. Booker T. Washington - Educator and Fonder of the Tuskegee University/Institute Bro. Daniel Hale Williams - First surgeon to perform open heart surgery Bro. Bert Williams
- Actor/Comedian Bro. Granville T. Woods - Inventor Bro. Andrew Young - Former Mayor of Atlanta and U.N. Ambassador Bro. Lawrence Douglass Wilder - The First Black elected Governor in this country from Virginia. Bro. Dr.
Charles H. Wesley - Prince Hall Historian/Author /Ordained A.M.E Minister/ Educator Bro. Joseph A. Walkes, Jr - Historian/Author of Black Square & Compass / Prince Hall Masonic Quiz Book/ History Of The Shrine/History Of The United
Supreme Council A.A.S.R.