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NCCU celebrates member of the North Carolina House of Representatives (31st district), Henry "Mickey" Michaux [Wikipedia], born September 4, 1930.
 
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NCCU celebrates former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (North Carolina's 1st district), Eva M. Clayton [Wikipedia], born September 16, 1934.
 
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NCCU celebrates former Kenyan track athlete, Julius Sang [Wikipedia], born September 19, 1948.
 
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Please join us as we honor our next cohort of young alumni trailblazers. Tickets are on sale now! Visit the Forty Under Forty website at www.nccu.edu/40under40 to purchase tickets or for more information.
 
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NCCU celebrates lawyer, civil rights leader, and educator. Founded the first integrated law firm in North Carolina, Julius L. Chambers [Wikipedia], born October 6, 1936.
 
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NCCU celebrates former professional basketball player, 1-time ABA all-star, Lee Davis [Wikipedia], born October 11, 1945.
 
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NCCU celebrates Editor-at-Large, Vogue Magazine, André Leon Talley [Wikipedia], born October 16, 1949.
 
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NCCU celebrates former high school football coach, profiled in the motion picture Remember the Titans, Herman Boone [Wikipedia], born October 28, 1935.
 
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NCCU celebrates politician and former chief executive officer of Dekalb County, Georgia, Vernon Jones [Wikipedia], born October 31, 1960.
 
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NCCU celebrates football player, Xavier Proctor [Wikipedia], born November 1, 1990.
 
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All month, NCCU celebrates our founder, pharmacist, civil servant and educator, James E. Shepard [ Wikipedia ], born November 3, 1875!
 
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NCCU celebrates North Carolina Senator (23rd district), Eleanor Kinnaird [Wikipedia], born November 14, 1931.
 
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NCCU celebrates former professional football player, Jim Brewington [Wikipedia], born November 26, 2012.
 
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NCCU celebrates civil rights activist, educator, and businessman, Ben Ruffin [Wikipedia], born December 11, 1941.
 
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NCCU celebrates former professional football player, Charles Romes [Wikipedia], born December 16, 1954.
 
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NCCU celebrates first African-American elected to the North Carolina Senate, Jeanne Lucas [Wikipedia], born December 25, 1935.
 
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NCCU celebrates rapper, Phonte Coleman [Wikipedia], born December 29, 1978.
 
 

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