Today In History

On 7/6 in:
1853 - William Wells Brown published Clotel, the first novel by a Black American
1957 - The first Black woman tennis champion, Althea Gibson,win's the women's Wimbledon singles championship

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Robert Dancy at Passedfaces.com - Their Story

Robert Dancy

Born:Fri May 05, 1882
Panola, AL

Death:Tue Apr 11, 1967
Birmingham, AL

Favorite Saying

I don't remember a favorite saying. However, he loved to talk about baseball, particularly, the Dodgers. Once he told me the story of a scout for a professional team that came to look at one ball player and instead saw and signed Willie Mays.

Wise Words

You can't hold a man down without staying down with him.

Booker T. Washington