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Little Known Black History Fact: Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson

Bill “Bojangles” Robinson was a standout tap dancer, actor and performer, and the best-known and highest-paid Black entertainer for much of the early half of the 20th Century. 453 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson

Bill “Bojangles” Robinson was a standout tap dancer, actor and performer, and the best-known and highest-paid Black entertainer for much of the early half of the 20th Century. 439 more words

Tom Joyner

Little Known Black History Fact: Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson

Bill “Bojangles” Robinson was a standout tap dancer, actor and performer, and the best-known and highest-paid Black entertainer for much of the early half of the 20th Century. 439 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson

Bill “Bojangles” Robinson was a standout tap dancer, actor and performer, and the best-known and highest-paid Black entertainer for much of the early half of the 20th Century. 439 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson

Bill “Bojangles” Robinson was a standout tap dancer, actor and performer, and the best-known and highest-paid Black entertainer for much of the early half of the 20th Century. 453 more words

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FROM VAUDVILLE TO BROADWAY (1903)

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The year is 1903. Bert Williams and George Walker were African-American song and dance men – the very first Black “Superstars”. 58 more words

Little Known Black History Fact: Ethel Waters

Ethel Waters was a pioneering singer, actress and entertainer that endured several hardships along with measurable successes. According to some historical accounts, Ms. Waters is the first Black woman nominated for an Emmy Award and the first to star on network television. 436 more words

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