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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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NCCU celebrates comedian and actress, Kim Coles [Wikipedia], born January 11, 1962.
 
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NCCU celebrates Grammy award-winning hip-hop producer, college lecturer and former teaching fellow at Harvard University, Patrick Douthit ("9th Wonder") [Wikipedia], born January 15, 1975.
 
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NCCU celebrates former professional football player, Greg Peterson [Wikipedia], born January 21, 1984.
 
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NCCU celebrates Mayor, Chapel Hill, N.C., Kevin Foy [Wikipedia], born January 28, 1956.
 
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NCCU celebrates former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (North Carolina 1st district), Frank Ballance [Wikipedia], born February 15, 1942.
 
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NCCU celebrates former NFL defensive back and current head football coach at Shaw University, Robert Massey [Wikipedia], born February 17, 1966.
 
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NCCU celebrates former professional football player, Paul Winslow [Wikipedia], born February 28, 1938.
 
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NCCU celebrates first black mayor of Atlanta, Georgia and School of Law graduate, Maynard Jackson [Wikipedia], born March 23, 1938.
 
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NCCU celebrates former Governor of North Carolina, Mike Easley [Wikipedia], born March 23, 1950.
 
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NCCU celebrates former professional football player, Doug Wilkerson [Wikipedia], born March 27, 1947.
 
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NCCU celebrates actor (of Hogan's Heroes fame), Ivan Dixon [Wikipedia], born April 6, 1931.
 
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NCCU celebrates North Carolina's first African-African Speaker of the House and first African-American president of National Conference of State Legislatures, Dan Blue [Wikipedia], born April 18, 1949.
 
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NCCU celebrates Congressman and former Associate Justice, North Carolina Supreme Court, G. K. Butterfield [Wikipedia], born April 27, 1947.
 
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NCCU celebrates the first African-American to sign a contract with the NBA; former coach for Tennessee State, Harold Hunter [Wikipedia], born April 30, 1926.
 
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NCCU celebrates former head football coach at Winston Salem State University and North Carolina A&T State University; current athletic director at Winston-Salem State University, Bill Hayes [Wikipedia], born June 1, 1943.
 
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NCCU celebrates singer, Sunshine Anderson [Wikipedia], born June 7, 1974.
 
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NCCU celebrates our current men's basketball team head coach and former player, LeVelle Moton [Wikipedia], born June 16, 1974.
 
 
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